ABC, 123 Lessons on Life with a Toddler

When you have a toddler, mealtime can sometimes feel like a battle. You want them to eat foods that you know will help them grow up healthy, strong, and happy and they ...

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Most parents of girls spend a lot of time thinking about how to build them up when they’re young to ensure that the world (full of reality shows, sexist grown-ups, and ...

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Emilie Buchwald famously said, “Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” What better way to encourage a love for the written word than reading time in the ...

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All parents are familiar with the temptation to hand over a device to a toddler to keep her entertained on a long car ride, during a long wait at a restaurant, or just to buy ...

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At a recent parent education night at a preschool, I spoke at length about mindfulness. Kids today, even the little ones, are on the treadmill. They’re running from ...

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In the early months of a baby’s life, they don’t need a lot to feel stimulated. Simple objects like a poster featuring bright colors, a mirror to watch their reflection, ...

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Can families prevent their children from developing allergies? According to Dr. Maypole, the answer is “sort of.” Can families treat a child’s allergy symptoms? ...

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When young children are chronically anxious, parents sometimes struggle to find the best words to help calm their kids. It doesn’t help that anxious little ones tend to ...

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Symmetry is a basic math concept that even young children can master. Your child can learn about symmetry by making a simple squished paint print. Get ready to get messy! ...

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I can’t tell you how many SOS emails regarding toddler behavior fill my inbox. While most parents know that toddlers don’t come frontloaded with frustration management ...

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