Phonics!

Our previous blog post discussed just a couple reasons why it’s important to talk to your child at a very young age. Talking with them also allows them to prepare for speaking and reading on their own. So, lets go over some methods of Phonological awareness. Phonological awareness is defined as the

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Baby Communique

You might think that parent in the grocery story going on and on in one sided conversation with their infant is speaking into the wind, but research is discovering that all that jibber jabber we exchange with babies has monumental effects on not only their language abilities later in life, but also

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So Many Holiday Thank Yous!

We don’t want January to slip away before we get a chance to thank all the many, many businesses and individuals (otherwise know as Christmas angels and miracle workers) who helped Old Mill put the Ho Ho Ho back into the holidays for many, many families in December.

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