I hope you had a revitalizing and safe weekend. As we go through our seasonal transition, I’d like to talk about one of our most precious kind of patients - toddlers. We spoke a few weeks ago about the importance of caring for our newborns, and I’d like to expand on that by talking to you a little bit about the transition that our babies go through as they become toddlers.
I believe one of the most loving ways we can care for our growing children is by guiding them as they adapt to the world, celebrating their milestones along the way. Under our gentle care, our children can unlock and correct system resources that may be affected during this stage of their life through tumbling, stumbling, and sometimes emotional overload. Clearing any holding patterns at such an early age allows them restoration and the propensity to bounce back to continue reaching milestones that create necessary connections to the brain.