Helping your child get over their shyness is definitely one of those "good news, bad news" scenarios. Here's how you can help get them talking, not hiding.
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Once your baby or young toddler starts learning to walk, you'll be shopping for shoes on a regular basis. Read all our helpful tips and how-to's!
The kids' toy cupboards and dresser drawers are already spilling over, but every week you're presented more huge bags of stuff from your friends and family. How do you end this madness without hurting their feelings?
Those cute little rolls of fat some babies sport might slow their ability to crawl and walk. Learn how you can keep that baby fat at bay.
Is your child deathly afraid of needles and due to get a booster shot soon? Here are a few suggestions that may help with this common and stressful situation.
Are you planning a long family road trip? Here's how to keep that family holiday from turning into a "helliday" on wheels.
Teaching new mothers who are dealing with postpartum depression how to relate to and respond to their babies' cues can help to lay the groundwork for healthy mother-baby attachments.
The weather outside is far from frightful, yet your kids are indoors playing video games or surfing the Internet. How can you unplug the kids from the electronic gadgets and get them out into the world?
According to recent studies, new moms and dads differ greatly on who they turn to for information and baby-care advice. The results might surprise you!
Some preschoolers are scared to death of going to the barber for a hair cut. Try these tips to put your kid at ease.