Help My Baby
The FIRST THING you need is A PLAN. The SECOND THING you need is a way to give Your Child is Milestone Experiences
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Milestone Performances are not the same as Milestone Experiences.
Above is a diagram of important developmental movements you may know about.
It's also an illustration of what you don't know that needs to happen in order for your child to be on the path of MILESTONE MOMENTUM.
It may seem like a lot, and it is, but NOT TO WORRY.
Movement Lesson™ is here to help you Every Step Of The Way.
We don't have all the answers, but we have A LOT of answers that make all the difference for your child's development in Milestone Momentum!
We are here to teach you what's missing in your child's development and what you can do to put these movements into their system for developmental success.**
You are not in this alone, and it's okay to worry.
No matter what happens from here on out you can keep your child on a path of MILESTONE MOMENTUM by learning and applying the Movement Lesson™ Technique on a daily basis.
OKAY, HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET STARTED!
**Movement Lesson™ does not guarantee that your child will perform any specific milestones. Factors like genetics, trauma, and changes in skeletal and neurological structures can make milestone performances impossible. But with Movement Lesson™ it is possible to put milestones into a person's system without the physical performance of the milestones ever occurring.
Dealing with the Fear of Becoming a Special Needs Parent if Your Baby is At High Risk for Developmental Delay
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