Let's face it, there are few things more adorable than the sweet interaction with a dog and a baby, especially when it's a big dog playing gently with a little baby.
Nothing says innocence like a baby girl in a sexy bikini. Wait, that only happens on "Toddlers and Tiaras," right? Well, not quite.
While creating critters and ropes, your child builds brain cells and connections. For some mind-molding fun, try these play dough activities.
Halloween + toddler = FUN. Don't let fear cast a dark shadow on your celebrations! Common sense rules and precautions can make your "haunted" home a safe delight for your whole family!
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.
If you're the parent of an infant or toddler, you may not have encountered Picky Eating...yet. If you want kids who don't put up a fight every time every time a new dish or a vegetable is set before them -- start thinking now, in the early eating days, about your food and dining choices. It's not too early to put these eight quick tips in place.
Are you in the face of the toddler tantrums and sibling squabbles? Are you tired of the sick feeling in the pit of your stomach after you've yelled at your child? You're not alone. Child development expert, Kimberley Blaine offers parents positive discipline alternatives that will yield great results.
Want to help your toddler develop healthy eating habits? Offer only healthy food. But even more important than what your child puts in his or her mouth is a healthy relationship with food.
Toddlers are often selective, predictable and stubborn. Here are some tips to make lunchtime fun for your toddler!
What can you do to peacefully get your kids to go to bed at their scheduled bedtime? And what can you do to help them stay tucked in bed?