The Power of the Word “Yet”

Learning about all the different milestones a child needs to hit and at what age they should meet these milestones is eye-opening, exciting, and terrifying all at once. We have always focused on what our son could do, rather than getting hung up on what he couldn’t do, or where he “should” be. Enter the power of yet. He wasn’t rolling over yet. He wasn’t crawling yet. He wasn’t walking yet. He wasn’t talking yet. Guess what? All of these things happened on his terms, when he was ready. We’ve never witnessed anything more inspiring than seeing his willingness, eagerness, and determination to learn new skills. He continues to move mountains each and every day of his life, and he makes us better parents.

The moment you walk into GiGi’s Playhouse, you can feel the love and kindness that permeates the room. GiGi’s Playhouse is a place where friendships are made and a lifetime of memories begin. It provides families the opportunity to celebrate milestones and other success stories with friends and family.

–Jamie, Jay’s mom

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