Momxiety Club
Momxiety Club
Dec 3, 2020
Infant Gross Motor Development, should it cause Momxiety? An Interview with Dr. Shannon PT
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Do you get momxiety worrying about your infant hitting developmental milestones? Meet Dr. Shannon Davis, aka, Dr. Shannon PT™. Dr. Shannon Davis PT, DPT is a mother of two girls 9 and 11, a business owner, and inventor of the Little Balance Box and Hativity

Learn about your baby’s gross motor skill development. Dr. Shannon PT gives moms recommendations on things to look for to know if their child is working on hitting a milestone because the range of ages for developmental milestones is really very broad. Hear some ways baby gear can help and hinder your infants’ development and learn about The Little Balance Box and why this mom of 2 invented it!

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