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It’s not uncommon for kids to revert back to baby talk long after they’ve outgrown it. Baby talk can come from a variety of reasons. Your preschooler may want attention, think it’s funny or may revert back to it when he’s nervous or scared.
Swiping toys, pushing, screaming and crowding each other’s space comes with the territory of having two or more kids. It’s the natural ebb and flow of family life — and a significant part of growing up. However, research shows that helping siblings bond is crucial to raising happy, well-adjusted children. ...
It’s 3 a.m. and your little one is up with a fever. Should you dare call the doctor in the wee hours of the night? Should you treat the fever with medicine? If you’re a parent, you’ve probably wrestled with these questions more times than you’d like to admit. It’s often difficult to know which next steps to take, especially if your child is too young to tell you what’s wrong.
Although it can be frightening when a child’s temperature rises, fever itself causes no harm
and can actually be a good thing.
Getting your toddler or preschooler to stop playing and sit down to dinner is challenging enough, let alone getting them to eat the nutritious meal you just prepared. For some kids, fussy eating is a fleeting stage. For others, it can become an ongoing challenge and make mealtime a stressful, chaotic experience for everyone involved. Learn about food chaining for picky eaters, including examples to use with your own child. ...
Beach vacation with a toddler? Yeah, right! Most parents gawk at the idea of traveling to the grocery store with their toddler, let alone an extended trip away from the comforts of their own home and bed.
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