Your child quickly gets frustrated and angry about not being able to do something when told, "No," and becomes this screaming/hitting child you don't recognize.
Your child simply won't fall asleep unless you're at right along side. Ready for a change? Learn how to transition from cuddling with a parent to snoozing alone.
Your well-meaning relatives suggest a sticker chart. What they might neglect to tell you -- or might be shocked to discover themselves -- is that rewards can backfire some children.
Obesity in preschoolers stems from familiar factors: Too much food, not enough veggies, too much TV, not enough exercise... How about too much emphasis on safety?
Your three-year-old has taken to chatting it up with his new friend -- his new imaginary friend, that is. But after a couple of weeks, you begin to wonder if this is getting out of hand.
You suspect that Santa, grandma and your own enthusiasm joined efforts and created a mound of blinking, singing, educational nonsense throughout your house. What can you do to deal with the toy stash?
Your child's personal eating quirks might have topped the food pyramid to look more like a flat pancake. Our parent's "healthy and stealthy" food guide can help!
Wasn't selling expired baby food always illegal? Apparently not. Until the dawning of 2012, it was apparently legal for retailers to sell expired baby food and baby formula in California.
You can encourage your child's sense of wonder as he moves from age to stage by providing ongoing opportunities for discovery -- from a child just starting to walk to the cutting edge of scientific research.
Preschoolers -- they're not quite big kids yet, but they're not babies either! What are the best toys for this age group? We've taken a look at many of the most popular toys and came up with what we think are the top 10 choices.