Babies spend nearly half of their waking time doing things like kicking, bouncing, and waving their arms. And while it may appear all this activity is just for the sake of moving, it's important to realize Baby is never "just moving" or "just playing."
Studies find that teaching your baby nursery rhymes like Humpty Dumpty can greatly increase her cognitive skills. Learn how early childhood literacy programs like "Mother Goose" can help make your baby smarter.
By the time your child plows into her first birthday cake, you'll be an expert at making her laugh. From the first days at home to the brink of toddlerhood, here are tips for finding fun at each step along the way.
Sophie the Giraffe, the popular baby teether, is known and loved by parents everywhere. But, I didn't always like her. This is a story of my journey from rolling my eyes at to embracing the beloved baby teether.
Infants and young toddlers often tag along on activities catering to their preschool-age brothers and sisters. But what's safe—and what's not—when it comes to including little siblings in "big kid" playtime?
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