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How to Tell if a Child Needs Glasses Pediatricians might not always catch vision problems, parents should take the time to see an optometrist and keep vigilant for signs of eye troubles.
How to Make Watching Sports a Good Experience for a Kid Learn to scream on the inside then talk to the kid about strategy.
How to Wash and Take Care of Infant and Baby Hair Parents shouldn't go overboard when caring for a baby's hair. Washing once a week is fine but caution should be taken with the shampoo used.
How to Figure Out a Baby’s Diaper Size Parents shouldn't simply be guided by size guidelines on diaper packaging. Sometimes there are better signs it's time to change diaper sizes.
The 9 Best TV Shows for Toddlers From "Dinosaur Train" to "Doc McStuffins" these TV shows for toddlers check all the boxes.
When to Just Ignore Poorly Behaved Toddlers A toddler's bad behavior varies wildly. Here's how to find the right consequences for it.
The Best Documentaries for Kids These eight documentaries for children entertain and entrance while allowing kids to explore and learn about new subjects.
You Can't Breastfeed Your Baby But Take Your Shirt Off Anyway Fathers can feel left out of bonding when their child is breastfeeding during the early months, but getting proactive and topless helps.
The 8 Best Scary Movies for Kids Under 10 Let them enjoy a good scary movie without, well, actually scaring them.
The 8 Best Classic Kids Films Eight pre-1971 classic kids films, from 'Singin' in the Rain' to 'National Velvet'.
This is What You're Probably Wrapping Around Your Baby's Butt There's a lot more to a standard baby diaper than just a place where a kid can poop and pee. These are the features that make a parent's life better.
The 7 Best Movies for Kids Who Love Dinosaurs Because your five-year-old probably isn't ready for Jurassic Park, here are kids dinosaur movies they will love.
8 Classic Kids Movies That Aged Badly Don't let nostalgia blind you to the wildly inappropriate content within.
How to Introduce a Baby to a Pacifier Parents need to look for a consistent pattern of feeding before popping in the pacifier -- and not freak out if the baby doesn't self-soothe.
How to Feed Toddlers Meat From pork loin to wild-caught trout, the options for meat-eating toddlers are diverse as long as care is taken in preparation.