Babied the Blog Review

Babied the Blog has some great information on infant care and development. It’s a little blog created by a pediatric physical therapist whose work in the NICU inspired her to create a blog and services to help people understand the infant cues. There are some great little posts about soothing fussy babies, new ideas on swaddling, bathing, developmental delays, mobiles and other baby related information. 
The blog is not very updated, in fact it seems she has not updated her blog in over a year but what is there is pretty good information.

She has services on her page as well. She provides newborn consultations regarding:

  • handling and caregiving,
  • developmental consultations,
  • focusing on play and age-appropriate activities
  • and infant massage classes

She is located in the Atlanta area but provides her services over the phone and through skype which makes it easy for anyone with questions about the infants they care for to get help and information. 

I give Babied the Blog three out of five stars.


Summer Langille, M.A, Early Childhood Education Specializing 0-8 Years

Summer has been working with children for almost 15 years. The oldest of four she’s always seen herself as a caregiver. She started off caring for children as a nanny for many years. She received her undergraduate degree in Liberal Studies from San Francisco State University and has a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education specializing in birth to age eight from Long Beach State. She’s worked with infants all the way up to elementary aged children in center-based care, private school care, home-based care, back-up care and afterschool care. She was a lead teacher for an infant program and more recently a two year old/preschool program. She even had a brief stint as a brownie girl scout troop leader. She’s passionate about quality care for children and thinks the environment plays a large role in how a child learns effectively. She loves art, blocks, music, fairy gardens and picture books and wants all caregivers of children to know how important their job is to the children they care for. Summer is currently home with her baby, navigating this new role as Mama. She blogs about her family at