Dentists see a worrisome rise in the amount of baby teeth requiring fillings, root canals and crowns for preschoolers.
While creating critters and ropes, your child builds brain cells and connections. For some mind-molding fun, try these play dough activities.
We asked Pregnancy.org members which books their little ones love and beg to be read over and over.
A horrible accident happened in our family. My 12-month-old niece, Kylee was killed as a friend's pickup backed out of the driveway. We are all devastated and still in shock.
When children misbehave, our gut reaction is to do whatever we can to stop it and stop it fast! There are big problems with this approach. Instead of reacting, have your response focus on the core issue and teach the child how to resolve that core issue through positive behavior.
I have a 3.5 year old named Aden. I have been trying to help him to be emotionally aware, and to give him a vocabulary to use to express his emotions appropriately. For example: it's okay to be angry; it's not okay to hit your sister. He has suddenly seemed to grasp the concept (not all the time, but often), and I am proud of him.
My 3.5-year-old son seems to have some trouble in a couple of areas. He has a lot of anxiety and fear as well as sleeping and eating problems.
There are lots of fun holidays to celebrate this spring. Can't think of any? Here are five of our favorites you and your kids are sure to love.
Do you have a biter on your hands? Biting is among the most bothersome and embarrassing kid behaviors.
Most parents know the basic "5 B's" of bedtime routines: bath, brush teeth, bathroom, books, and bed. Our family, however, has invented many other fun (but not too physical) games that we've added to these basics. Because we frequently make bedtime fun, our children don't resist bedtime. Here are just a few games we've made up: