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My favorite gifts for little children are books!  It is never too early (or too late) to start reading to your child.  Storytime with books promote social, cognitive, language development and promotes early literacy skills.  It is also tons of fun!  You don't have to take my word for it...I asked my friends at the Parent Education – Infant Development program to tell us about their favorite childhood books.

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Remember to consider what works best for you and your child’s interests!  If you have concerns about his or her development, we can help!  Remember, Babies Can’t Wait!  Find us on Facebook or contact the Parent Education –Infant Development Program of the RACSB:   http://www.racsb.state.va.us/

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About Brandie

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Join my blog to find early childhood developmental tips, tidbits, strategies, and activities to support children and families.   As a mother of multiple sons (18, 14, 8, 6, and 3), I know that life can be hectic, so all strategies and activities can fit in the context of daily routines and places families typically go.

I am enthusiastic about supporting families who have concerns about their child’s development and helping connect them to desired resources.

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