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How to Keep Toddlers Healthy During Flu Season This year’s flu is rough. Parents need to be extra diligent when it comes to health precautions like good nutrition and hand washing.
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Pokémon The force with which Pokémon enters a child's life is frightening. It seems as if the pocket monsters were custom engineered to jack into kids’ amygdalas.
I Meditated With My Hyper Kid and Met a New Person Meditation is supposed to be a cure-all for any number of psychological issues, but maybe the biggest value is in just being still.
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.
How to Prevent Baby Boredom "Babies have mechanisms built in to prevent them from wasting time on things that don’t have sufficient amounts of learning value."
How to Get a Toddler to Stay Quiet and Use Their Indoor Voice Staying home and yelling at a kid to be quiet isn’t the way to teach them how to use an inside voice. Going out and modeling good behavior is.
The 7 Bottle Feeding Myths New Parents Can Totally Ignore Whatever you do don’t heat a bottle in the microwave and try not to worry about your baby getting fat.
How to Safeguard Your Child Against Cyberbullying And prevent them from becoming a cyberbully in their own right.
Fatherly Advice: When Babies Cry, Take Care of Yourself Not all problems can be solved. That's why self-care matters so much.
How to Introduce a Baby to a Pacifier Parents need to look for a consistent pattern of feeding before popping in the paci and to not freak out if the child doesn't take it.
How to Comfort a Child After Mom or Dad Gets Angry Parents aren’t supposed to lose their temper, but everyone does. It’s still possible to be a good parent afterward.
How to Introduce Your Kids to Daddy's New Apartment The key to a smooth transition is a strong foundation of cooperation between parents, no matter how difficult that may be.
How and When to Intervene in Playground Fights Between Kids Parents are prone to swooping in when they see conflict, but letting kids work it out may just be the best idea.
How to Keep from Transferring Your Anxiety and Stress to a Child Kids don’t need to be afraid of bugs, bills, or the boogeyman, even if parents are.
How to Tell if a Toddler Is Ready to Start Potty Training There are subtle signs for parents to look out for that suggest a kid is ready to get out of diapers and onto the toilet.