6 Developmental Wonders 

Tiny Love's unique developmental system focuses on 6 essential skills. Created with love and care by our child developmental experts, the system supports babies' journey of exploration to the next developmental milestone and encourages parents to explore with their little ones.




Cognition is the mental process through which babies, children and grownups understand the world and acquire knowledge. In other words, this wonder is the corner stone of our capacity to learn, understand and remember.


Language and other forms of communication enable us to share our ideas, thoughts and feelings. This fascinating aspect of baby’s development includes various stages and stepping stones that transform a babbling baby into a talking toddler.


The skill that helps us identify, categorize and understand emotions. It is a significant part of development and an element that has a profound impact on baby’s understanding of people and self. EQ includes the social and emotional skills that make up our personality.

Motor Skills

The skills related to the muscles of the arms, legs, feet and entire body. These muscles are responsible for the less delicate functions, like sitting, crawling, standing, walking and more.


Imagination is our ability to mentally produce images, ideas, thoughts and even feelings that don’t actually exist in reality. Creativity is the process of transforming imagination into reality and the ability that allows babies and grownups to improvise.



Through our five senses, we receive information from our surroundings and process it with our cognitive skills. Our senses literally open the world up before us, bridging between self and reality and helping expand the scope of our understanding.

Moments of Wonder



Supporting Parents and Babies

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How To Expend Baby's Tummy Time


Once you recognize the importance of tummy time, the next step is learning how to help your baby practice tummy time. Read through this article to learn about the recommended tummy time positions and get some useful tips on how to make tummy time easier and fun for baby.

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Eye Contact in Babies: Expert Advice


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Baby is Finally Sitting Up!


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