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Smart Parenting Alert: shopping for the toys your baby really needs
PR Log - Dec 17, 2012 - Miami, Florida -- “As baby plays, s/he learns.”  Irene Martinez, OTR/L (Pediatric Occupational Therapist, with 20 years of clinical expertise) sheds light on the mysteries of the developing mind, and how to make the most of this critical period of development.  

Here is help taking advantage of this precious time:  
“The Ultimate Guide in Toy Buying for Your Baby” is great help when shopping for your new baby and is available for instant download at  
Recognizing what is most beneficial for your baby will help you meet your baby’s growing needs.

“With some many choices in the market today, our toy guide provides you with the knowledge to discern what is best for your baby every step of the way”

 Irene Martinez, OTR/L has the inside scoop on how to shop for your baby this holiday season.

If they could only tell us what they really need…

Toys are the way your baby learns about the world

Irene has identified several key factors most important to parents when it comes to choosing activities for infants and toddlers:

·       ●   “Your newborn’s favorite toy?  You!” Revealing the most nurturing ways of caring for your new baby.

·         ● GIVE AN INFANT AMPLE OPPORTUNITY TO CRAWL:  “A baby who has spent her/his time in tummy time play and crawling, will develop stronger core muscles, equilibrium, reciprocal, gross and fine motor coordination.

Advice against detrimental use of Exersaucers or baby walkers:

● “AVOID baby walker or Exersaucer use because it actually creates a muscle imbalance in the delicate, growing spine of an infant, which will interfere with healthy motor development.”  Click on links for more compelling evidence and better solutions.  ©

The complete guide on how to shop for your baby: “What Your Baby Really Wants for Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza…” is available for immediate download at  This valuable report is available for each stage of development from newborn, through infant, to toddler.   You will meet your baby’s developmental needs every step of the way.

For media inquiries, to arrange for an interview or an expert quote, please contact Irene Martinez, OTR/L at (305) 859-9503.

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