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Hello, I am Tanya!
My whole life was changed when I gave birth for the first time after the age of 40. I became aware that I would be almost 60 when my daughter starts college. Wanting to stay sharp and engaged in my daughter’s life, I embarked on a journey to study how the human brain works and develops.

Avery&Ruth was born when I learned that baby’s logic and reasoning develop before their language skills. Many study show that 85% of baby’s brain is formed by the age of 3. Read more

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The essential ingredient in a child’s brain development is created by parents. Baby brain architecture
can be developed through actual conversations and daily activities.
TIP: Let your child learn cause and effect and “contribute” to the house chores by letting them
turning on/off the light or faucet and placing the dish into the dishwasher.

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I love the mindfulness activities for kids and the activities that family can do together that I can use when my kid grow older! 

@Besty Walsh
Berthoud, CO

A perfect toy to practice the fine motor skills, pretend play. Just imgaine! 

@Reilly G.
Greenbrae, CA

My daughter loves to play with the calm mind set before going to bed. We count blessings and pray together every night.

@Aubrey Parker
Iona, ID

I didn’t know how a simple wood object can help our baby’s brain development and now I got it, I wish I got them earlier for my first born! 

@Monica Liu
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