Your Baby is Here... Now What?
Whether you are expecting a baby or you have an infant at home, we know you have questions! Babies don't come with an instruction manual. With all of the conflicting information in books, online, and in parenting groups, it can be confusing to know what to believe.
It may seem like you have a million questions a day, on tons of different topics...
"My baby has colic and reflux. What can I do to help him?"
"I registered for a bouncy seat, swing, play seat, exersaucer, and baby walker. Are these all safe? When should I use them with baby?"
"I'm interested in babywearing but it seems so complicated! Where should I start? And I don't want to hurt my baby, so how do I do it safely?"
"I've heard tummy time is important, but when should I start and how do I get my baby to like it?"
"My baby is awake all night! How do I help her fall asleep and stay asleep longer than 30 minutes?"
"I've tried all different kinds of bottles, but my baby still won't take one and I have to go back to work! What should I do?"
"Where do I find correct information on my baby's milestones?"
"Does my baby have a flat head? What does that mean?" Will she need a helmet?"
But where do you go for all the answers?
Start with us!
As specialized pediatric therapists and mothers to a combined 5 children, we are equipped to answer all of your questions!
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Teach your baby how to master essential skills like feeding, sleeping, tummy time, rolling, sitting, and so much more. Transform into an expert on your baby's development so you can parent confidently!
Baby's Best Start:
Mastering the Essentials of
Infant Feeding and Sleeping
Baby's Best Moves:
Achieving Essential Milestones Together with Confidence
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We want to continue to support you and answer all of your questions throughout your journey through parenthood!
Why choose us?
Gina Mydlo, PT, DPT is a pediatric physical therapist, and Laura Pierce, CCC-SLP, CLC is a pediatric speech and language pathologist and certified lactation counselor.
Together, we offer a comprehensive approach to infant development that will fit into any parenting style, routine, or cultural beliefs a family may have.
We will teach you how to support your child's physical, feeding, communication, and emotional development through interacting with your baby and creating positive learning environments.
While both of us are pediatric therapists, we are also moms of young children, so we've been in your shoes. We know how overwhelming it is to be a parent with so many questions and the constant feeling of "am I doing this right?"
This gives us the unique ability to apply our expert knowledge to real-life situations, using realistic and easy to incorporate suggestions.