Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

It never fails at large gatherings of children and adults - at least one child is clinging to a parent, reticent to jump in and join the fun. You know what else never ...

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Preschoolers spend a fair amount of time each day engaged in fantasy play. They get lost in a world of princesses, superheroes, construction sites, and even monsters. ...

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I feel the envy creep in for the first time while I’m at Mommy and Me music class. We’re sitting in a circle, waiting for the teacher to bring out the egg shakers and ...

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If you decide to make an Easter basket for your little one, you’re probably going to have to get creative, as most Easter-themed toys and games are designed for older ...

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Little kids are adorable. They're sweet, full of love, and very silly. They love to hug, they give the best kisses, and when they learn to write, they write the best love ...

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Four short years. That's how long I've been a parent -- just four short years. And, somehow, I am a completely different version of myself than I was before I started ...

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From the morning rush to the after school activity rush to the homework and dinnertime rush to the bedtime rush, it seems like a lot of parents, and their kids, spend a ...

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When you’re packing your little one's lunch, you’ll want to ensure that you’re filling it with nutritious, easy-to-eat foods that will help them get better acquainted ...

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In many regions, January, February, and March are the coldest months of the year. As a parent, it can be hard to tell just how many layers you should dress your baby in to ...

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I'm a sensitive person. I was the kind of kid who cried over things that probably seemed minor to others. I was in tune with emotions — both my own and ...

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