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Weekend Notes 2.9.20

Research on TUMMY TIME We do a lot of movement in our Kindermusik classes; I usually close my apple watch rings before lunch! We think of tummy time for babies as necessary for neck strength, but it is so much… Continue Reading…


Busting Baby Myths Part Four

Myth Four: Little babies can’t appreciate a music class, and as an adult, “I can’t carry a tune in a bucket!” Truth: In Kindermusik class, our goal is not to create musicians (or evaluate your musicality!), but to share with… Continue Reading…


Busting Baby Myths Part Three

Myth Three: I just had a baby! No way I can get out and take my infant into the real world! Truth: You should absolutely cuddle in, snuggle down, and soak up every second of the newborn experience.  However…. HOWEVER,… Continue Reading…


Busting Baby Myths Part Two

Myth Two: There is no benefit to attending a class if your baby is sleeping all the time. Truth: This class is specifically designed for newborns/infants – awake or asleep – and the grownups who love them Your new “Freshie”… Continue Reading…


Busting Baby Myths Part One

Myth One: Newborns and Infants Can’t Learn Anything in a Class. Truth: Au Contraire! Your baby is learning to live outside the predictable aquatic, warm, dark environment in which she developed. She is learning how to self-soothe, how to communicate,… Continue Reading…