First Things First update for April 1 — Research suggests talking with your toddler guarantees full college scholarship to Ivy League

| April 1, 2019

APRIL 1, 2019

Meet the perfect parent!

Alixandria Garza-Smyth of Chandler, AZ grows her own organic fruits and vegetables, reads to her baby daughter for nine hours a day, and still has the energy to maintain a spotless, clutter-free home. For fun, she has 2 million followers on Instagram.

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Research suggests talking with your toddler guarantees* full college scholarship to Ivy League

Forget about paying hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars to get your child into an elite college. New research indicates that having back-and-forth conversations with your toddler is the key to stimulating their brain, helping them develop language skills, and eventually getting a full ride to an Ivy League school. (*Results may vary.)

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Need quality child care for your baby?

No joke — finding formal child care is often a necessity for families, and it can be hard to think about leaving your baby in someone else’s care. But you can take comfort in knowing that there are safe, nurturing programs providing child care for infants in communities across Arizona; they know how to care for your baby and support their healthy development, and they love doing it. And when choosing quality child care for your infant, there are things you can look for and ask about to help you feel more confident in your decision.

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