Moments before my small dude was born, my nurse told me he had a full head of blond hair. At the time, I didn’t really want to think about the how and the why of her knowledge, but it turned out she was right. With my second child, I was worried about this day as my first experience was both dangerous and frightening. Fortunately, this turned out to be the opposite. In the realm of labor and births, Cooper’s was a breeze….I pushed twice, my doctor made me laugh and he was born.
For me, that includes sweet Cooper skipping the crawling stage all together and walking at six months. Yes, six months. I can still hear our pediatrician say, “Ok, Mom…. you are going to have to keep an eye on him at all times. Otherwise, one of these days, you’ll come downstairs and he will be on top of the fridge.” He has always been an active wee one.
Wee School App: What’s Inside
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More than Milestones: WeeSchool tracks your child’s development through 117 key milestones, from turning pages to hugs and kisses, from kicking a ball to scribbling circles, from following instructions to speaking in sentences and getting dressed.
Play Smart with Play Plans: For the first time, you can access curriculum for your baby – from birth to age three – and it is all based on play. This section pairs activities you can do with you favorite small person with toys, books and music.
There is just something special about knowing Wee School gives you the tools to be the mother you want to be – engaged and armed with the knowledge to help your child grow as they approach pre-school – as well as both enjoy and chronicle the moments you will always want to remember. (Like the moment your small dude learns to swing, hit and jump on first base.)