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The One Thing You Need to Know About Potty Training

I remember telling people when my son approached 2 years old, “My son is so smart. I really think he’s ready for potty training.” My daughter was five months old

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Saving and Organizing Your Family’s Photos

Capturing the moments in our children’s lives is much different than it was for our parents. Previous generations did not have the luxury of a portable, high definition, always in your pocket camera. Learn what you can do to ensure life’s most memorable moments end up safely stored away. ...
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How to Prepare Your Kids to Welcome a New Sibling

Another baby on the way is a happy time for parents — kids, however, might have mixed feelings. Here are some ways to share the news and help your children prepare for a new sibling.  ...
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Help Kids Conquer Common Childhood Fears

It’s typical for kids to be afraid of the dark, feel especially shy or fearful around new people, or tell their parents they cannot fall asleep because monsters are under the bed. How can you address common childhood fears without exacerbating the problem? Also, when should a parent be concerned that a common fear has become a phobia? ...
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Kids & Food Allergies: A Proper Diagnosis is Key to Treatment

From nutrition to how we celebrate special occasions, food plays such an important role in our daily lives. For those living with a food allergy or food intolerance, meals and treats have to be planned much more cautiously.  ...
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Podcast Episode #30: Is Your Child Ready to Leave the Nest?

Your child made it: he or she finished 13 years of school and graduated! You have prepared them for the academics they will face in college and their dorm room is going to be decked out with all the comforts of home. But are they really ready? Podcast host Miriam Conner speaks with Daniel Horne and Laura Scarnecchia, who share tips for helping your child prepare mentally and emotionally for college or life away from home. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

What Books Should I Choose to Read to My Toddler?

Find out how to choose books that make toddlers feel included and competent, as well as engaged at an appropriate level. Also, learn five areas of early reading and how they build upon one another as children learn to read. ...
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What Not to Do When Returning from Maternity Leave

It’s been a year since I went on maternity leave for the second time. Coming back from leave is never easy, but preparing yourself in advance of what to expect

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2019 Northeast Ohio Parent Choice Awards Winners: Health, Learning & More

During the nomination period in March and the final voting period in May, we asked our readers and online followers to weigh in on their favorite family-friendly spots — local businesses, attractions, family services and more. Here are the winners and finalists for our fourth annual Parent Choice Awards in the “Health, Learning & More” theme. ...
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How to Help Your College Graduate Succeed Financially

Remember your first “real” job and the exhilaration of (finally) becoming an adult? Coupled with the anxiety and responsibility of, well, becoming an adult? read more

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