The United Nations has officially recognized March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day! For those with Down syndrome and the families who love them, it's a hard fought and much celebrated victory.
A picture's worth a thousand words -- especially if you're a toddler. They can replicate a simple process after seeing that process demonstrated in a series of photographs in a book.
You've explained to your toddler that they're too big for a pacifier and why. They don't care about any of that stuff. They want their soother and they want it now.
Every parent needs a bit of down time during the day. If your toddler won't nap, creating a "quiet time" might get be the next best solution.
A new study has confirmed prior studies showing that signs of autism can be detected in babies as young as 6 months of age.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends the first visit by your tot's first birthday. You're on board. Now, how can you prepare your barely walking kiddo for a visit to the dentist?
A case of cabin fever fell directly on your home! Whether the weather's keeping you indoors or it's luring you out, these activities will engage your kid...and your inner child!
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 has been rocked every night since birth. You'd really like to end this routine. What is the best way to get your tot to go to bed on his own?
Winter weather is tough on the tender skin of young babes. Here are some tips on protecting your baby's skin at a time of year when "dry skin" takes on a whole new meaning.