Selina Boutique

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Early Childhood Development From 2 to 6 Years of Age

selina-a1.pngEven though many of them are not in school yet, children ages 2 to 6 years old may be changing and growing the most they ever will. They are learning new skills in many areas like motor skills, pretend play, and using language. While every child develops at their own pace, there are some milestones you can expect to see each year from most children. These can help you know if there is cause for concern and to talk to your pediatrician about your child’s development.

Your 2-Year-Old

selina-b1.pngDuring the 2-year-old year, many toddlers begin showing more pretend play, especially with familiar scenarios. She may put her dolls to bed or feed her bear a cookie. At age 2, your tot will also be interested in being more independent and solving problems on her own. She will use a lot of trial and error to master a task, and will need time to practice it many times. At this age, your toddler will be able to complete simple puzzles and sort by color or shape. She will want to make her own choices, so offer her the chance when possible and invite her to help out with household tasks like putting napkins on the table or dusting with a soft cloth. As her language skills develop during this year, expect to hear more questions as she tries to make sense of her world. You can expect her to play alongside other children at this age, but not interact with them too much.

Your 3-Year-Old

selina-3.pngAs your child enters his 3-year-old year, he will become more able to focus on his task and less distracted by things around him. He will begin to think more creatively and develop his logical reasoning as he solves problems. At age 3, children’s language skills develop greatly. He will become easier to understand and begin using longer sentences of at least four words. Children at this age can better understand stories and they begin to notice print in their environment with the understanding that it conveys meaning. Physically, your 3-year-old will be able to run and climb more efficiently and catch a large ball with two hands. He should also begin to pedal a tricycle. At this age, he will begin to develop real friendships with his peers, but may still seek an adult when conflict arises.

Your 4-Year-Old

selina-4.pngBy age 4, children are better able to make a plan and complete it, so their pretend play becomes more complex and lasts longer. Her language skills will develop even more so that she is able to understand explanations and follow a multistep direction. Most 4-year-olds can count to 10, and begin to write some letters, especially those in their name, as they develop more fine motor control to grip a pencil correctly. She will begin to use her imagination more at this age, and will enjoy hands-on explorations to help her understand how things work. She will seek out new experiences and become increasingly able to be self-reliant. During this year, children can engage in active play for long periods of time, using skills like climbing, hopping, skipping and galloping, as well as throwing, catching, kicking and bouncing a ball.

Your 5-Year-Old

selina-5.pngA 5-year-old is better able to solve complex or abstract problems because he is able to think more imaginatively, and he asks more analytical questions. He will prefer activities that involve other children and will be more able to manage his own feelings or solve his own conflicts without adult assistance. At age 5, children are usually easy to understand and use correct grammar most of the time. He will enjoy initiating a conversation and is better able to wait his turn to speak when discussing things with a group. Most 5-year-olds can recognize letters and understand that these letters represent a sound. They can count out a group of 20 objects and compare numbers. His coordination and balance will have developed enough to begin learning to riding a bike and jumping rope.

Your 6-Year-Old

selina-6.pngBy age 6, your child will have developed a longer attention span and will want to take on new responsibilities, although she will still need direction and reassurance from an adult. Most 6-year-olds are in school, so they will learn many new academic skills like reading independently, counting up to 200 and solving addition and subtraction problems. They also use more writing to communicate their thoughts. During this year, your child will develop more ability for self-control and will have more of an awareness of others’ emotions. She will use physical activity to continue to develop her motor skills, which are becoming more advanced as she practices them more. (

IMG-20170520-WA0001I have a wide collection, shoes, tops, jackets etc.  Visit me at Ann’s Acade Building, Taveta Road, Near Odeon Cinema, call 0724017790 or follow me on facebook.

Welcome to my store Monday to Sunday. We serve our clients to their satisfaction.


Selina Boutique

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Selina has been in this industry for the last 8 years. Mainly specializing in kids wear as well as Ladies wear. She says, “I have an eye only for quality clothing and you can count on it.” He kids wear include:-

  • Dresses
  • Trousers
  • Tops
  • Jackets
  • Trench Coats
  • Shoes
  • Sweaters
  • Shirts

5 tips for buying kids clothes

Parents may consider the wishes of their children when buying clothes, but they should pay particular attention to the functionality of the clothes. What else is important, you can learn below.

Tip 1: When buying children’s clothing you should use the criterion of “quality”. The sensitive children’s skin needs the best materials. By the way cotton is still the most popular material because it is the least likely it to contain harmful substances.
Tip 2: If you want to make sure that the clothes are safe for your child, you should wash them before first use, just as well as towels, linens and other home textiles. Thus, you can exclude that some residues of substances might irritate the skin of your kids. Furthermore, the smell of freshly washed clothes is great!
Tip 3: Even if you think that you know your child’s clothes size, be careful, when making this purchase. Very often parents cannot judge well and buy clothes, which then turns out that they are not the right size for their child. It would be better for you to be informed about how they can be returned and how you can get your money back.
Tip 4: If you are unsure about the size, always buy kids clothes in a slightly larger size. Even if the child cannot wear clothes now, at a later stage, these clothes will certainly be appropriate for him!
Tip 5: In principle, the kids can still express their own wishes when buying clothes. Of course, ultimately parents decide whether this or that piece of clothing to be actually bought. Some kid’s clothes however do not have the fashion appearance, but they are very functional. You have to decide what you would like for your children, but experts believe that functionality should always be in the foreground. This is the case for example with children’s waterproof clothing (

Here are just some of the kids wear collection that we have. For more, you can kindly visit us.



IMG-20170520-WA0001And many more. I have a wide collection, shoes, tops, jackets etc.  Visit me at Ann’s Acade Building, Taveta Road, Near Odeon Cinema, call 0724017790 or follow me on facebook.

Welcome to my store Monday to Sunday. We serve our clients to their satisfaction.






Kasaye Tailoring

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African Shirts

Meet Henry Ouko, who got into the fashion and design industry after college. Now its ten years down the line since he got into into this industry and there’s no looking back nor regrets.

I specialize in customized African shirts.

Among the wear that we have made so far, here are some of the pictures.

Henry A

Henry C

We are within the Central Business District, Nairobi. Taveta Road at Taveta Court 215.

Call Henry

I have a wide collection shirts.  Visit me at Taveta Court Building, Room 215, Taveta Road, call or follow me on facebook.

Welcome to my store Monday to Saturday.