Andrea began the ReadyStepGrow program when Sia came home from hospital. "My mission was to do everything I could to give Sia the best outcome". Today Sia is thriving in her first year of primary school and Andrea has found her dream job as RSG program coordinator.
Babies and toddlers instinctively mouth things as a way of learning about the world. They learn how different objects feel and become used to different textures and feelings in their mouth. This can make it more likely that they will not feel as sensitive about different textures and tastes in their mouth when they start eating solid foods with varying textures, particularly lumpy foods.
We love the RSG Family and they turned out in full force on a gorgeous sunny day for our first Easter Egg Hunt!
Huge congratulations to Patrick, Sarah and big brother Thomas on the recent arrival of twins Emilia and Oliver! Oliver helped the family get 'up close and personal' with the Special Care Nursery so Dad Patrick has even more insight into how it begins for the families of RSG.
When Gavin and Michelle had their little boy Max at Box Hill hospital, he was full term and actually 11 days over! He landed in special care in his first week because he had "a bit of trouble maintaining his body temp".
High on energy and imagination, this ode to self-esteem encourages kids to appreciate everything about themselves! It’s the story of a little girl who knows what really matters.