Questions Parents Ask Themselves

We answer these questions and more.

  • Should we be concerned with our baby’s head shape?
  • What more can we do for our baby’s development?
  • When do we start tummy time? What if our baby hates it?
  • What do we do if our baby needs a cranial band or baby helmet?
  • What can I do if my baby is having issues with nursing, taking bottles, or eating?
  • Is it okay that my 18 month old isn’t crawling or walking?
  • How do I know if my child is just picky or needs some help eating?
  • What can I do to help my preschooler who dislikes fine motor play?
  • Should my kindergartner be able to write all his or her letters
  • Does your toddler struggle with following directions in play/known routines?
  • Does your toddler (18+ months) have a limited expressive vocabulary (less than 10-20 words) and/or is not yet using single words or the occasional 2-word phrase?
  • Does your child (3+ years) have limited expressive language and/or is not yet using 3-4 word phrases or sentences?
  • Does your child struggle with focus/attention or appear to “tune out” frequently?
  • Does your child struggle in loud environments or have an aversion to certain sounds?
  • Does your child (5+ years) struggle with producing speech sounds accurately?
    Baby To Do's to Learn to Sleep


    Infants and toddlers with deformational plagiocephaly (DP) have been shown to score lower on developmental measures
    than unaffected children. To determine whether these differences persist, we examined development in 36-month-old children with and without a history of DP.


    Babies love black and white images. Print these out and have fun showing them to you baby. You might want to save it as a special treat for your baby to enjoy looking at when on their tummy. Please watch our 13 minute video on tummy time.

    The Successful Path to Feeding Development

    Feeding development goes hand in hand with overall physical and oral development. Once your baby is strong enough to begin supported sitting, they are generally ready to begin the exciting journey of beginning solid food trials. Carolina Kinder Development is here to help along the way.


    You can purchase our complete set of four 24 x 36 baby posters perfect for a any doctor’s office or therapy clinic. Plagiocephaly, Brachycephaly & Torticollis, Baby Loves Your Touch, It’s Good For, and Eye Can See You baby Posters.