Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad

Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad

Nat chats with a pediatric physical therapist and twin mom, Becky Meachum about why tummy time is essential, when you should start your twins with tummy time, the best way to do tummy time, and how often you should be doing it.

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Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad
Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad
Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad

Why Tummy Time is Important for Mom and Dad


Becky Meachum is mom to 9-month-old crawling, squealing, teething, sleep-regressing, trouble-making, growing, giggling, loving boy/girl twins who are the world’s LOUDEST blessing! They make Becky better at her job as they have made her appreciate what families with young ones go through every day, and they made her realize how difficult and soul-sucking things like tummy time can be! For babies and mamas alike. Becky is a pediatric physical therapist who works in an early intervention setting, meaning she provides physical therapy services to children ages 0-3 in the comfort of their homes (when COVID-19 isn’t rearing its ugly head, of course!)

Do you wonder just how important tummy time is for your twins and their development? Read about it here Container Baby Syndrome: What it is and how to avoid it

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