Graduation from bottle to cup, crib to bed, and from high chair to booster are just a few of the many toddler transitions you might be seeing. Help your tot through these times with a minimal amount of stress.
Your 2- to 4-year-old child is timid around new people or circumstances and too shy to join other children in play. What should you do? We called in a trio of experts—a psychologist, a preschool teacher, and a grandmother.
Although you and your partner may be excited about the impending arrival of your second child, chances are your firstborn is a little anxious and confused. Help your toddler prepare for a new brother or sister with this handy guide.
Children are never too young to grieve. When the death of a pet or family member occurs, or a disaster invades their world, kids need support and reassuring words to get them through. Here's help for getting started.
Have you started thinking about how to discipline your child? Our pediatrician offers simple ideas for introducing the concept of time-out to toddlers and handling their frustrating (but age-appropriate!) behaviors.
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