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100% organic cotton T-shirts for the whole family in multiple colors.
$20.00 plus shipping
The Feeleez empathy game is appropriate for ages 2-102 years. There are multiple ways of playing: matching cards, charades, memory, etc. A few ideas for play are included.
Children develop their emotional intelligence, feeling vocabulary and ability to empathize with others.
The cute tin box is pleasing to hold and easily transportable and the cards are printed on recycled cardboard using soy-based ink.
This game is compatible with nonviolent communication. Voted "Best Natural Toy" in Mothering magazine.
The inspiring message combined with the beautiful photo makes it perfect to frame and hang in baby's room. It is also sturdy enough to use this heartwarming poster in early childhood centers, parenting programs, and pediatrician offices without framing. These wonderful prints make a very affordable caring and special gift for showers or for the birth of a new baby!
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Paper: 80#
Available in 3 different versions, each just as adorable as the next.
@2012 Deborah McNelis, Brain Insights
Did you know Smile At Your Baby! uses recycled content paper for its brochures, business cards, thank you notes and post cards? Even the banner we just ordered is made out of biodegradable and recyclable materials. Oh, and all of our t-shirts (available above) are printed on 100% organic cotton. We are all connected! :D
"New Father Book" received 4 stars on Amazon.com, is easy to read and speaks well to the importance of bonding and attachment. It's also Highly Recommended by Smile at Your Baby!
"Hello, My Name is Mommy" received 4.5 stars from Amazon.com. Recommended reading by Smile at Your Baby!
From Amazon: "Hilarious and true and inspirational, Hello, My Name is Mommy is for every pregnant woman and new mother who ever felt helpless and out of control instead of confident and aglow.
Sure, women know pregnancy is no bed of roses, but Lynch taps into her own dysfunctional childhood and fears about becoming a mom to label a much profounder worry many moms-to-be have: that their own pasts were so screwed up that they're doomed to repeat the cycle. Dr. Spock may tell moms to trust their instincts, but Lynch's Misfit Mommies want to do every last thing but that. They feel like frauds and imposters, and Lynch's real-girl's voice will be instantly recognizable to them. Lynch will walk and talk new moms through it all: from lamenting the hot dogs and second-hand smoke they were raised on (and, of course, "you turned out just fine") to the realization that kids are kind of germy and gross (but feeling that way doesn't make one a bad mother) to keeping it together at work with Cheerios in the old nursing bra."
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"As a mother of two and writer for kids, I believe the philosophy and mission of Smile At Your Baby! is nothing short of world-changing. When children know they are loved and valued they grow up to be adults who love and value people in the ways our hurting world needs. Thank you, Shelley Calissendorff for staying focused on this important call!" ~ Sundee T. Frazier, Author of Coretta Scott-King Award-Winning children's book, "Brandon Buckley's Universe and Everything in it"