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  • Reading to a child
    Two-year-olds with large vocabulary do better in kindergarten
    A child’s vocabulary at 2 years is a good predictor of how he or she will do in school, according to a new study. The research, published online Aug. 18 in the journal Child Development, found that two-year-olds who had a large oral...
  • Woman rescues toddler left in hot car
    Woman rescues toddler left in hot car
    A woman leaving work at Footlocker in Merriam, Kansas discovered a child alone in a hot car with all of the windows rolled up. This employee returned to Footlocker and told the store manager about the situation.Sarah Oropeza, the store manager,...
  • Bug Hunting
    Help grow your child's independence with these tips
    From the moment they are born, children fill your life with love and laughter. For parents of twins, they learn to do everything together, sometimes helping one another develop a new skill like crawling, walking, talking or using the potty. Then,...
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    5 ways to have fun while running errands with young children
    All kids love to laugh, play and experience new things. From the moment they wake until the moment they go to sleep they have an insatiable appetite for fun. Feeding these appetites is a full-time job and a little creativity can go a long way...
  • A convenient umbrella stroller is key for carrying two in tow
    Carrying two in tow
    Carrying two in tow can sometimes be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. With the right mindset, plan and gear, having two in tow can be a breeze . . . or as close to it as you can control.1. It's all about your mindset: While you...
  • Attachment Parenting 101: How to avoid tantrums before they start
    Attachment Parenting 101: How to avoid tantrums before they start
    Why is it that some kids never seem to have temper tantrums and others seem to have them several times a day?While temperament can be a part of it, savvy parents know that the key to avoiding tantrums is to know their triggers.Here are some of the...
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    Stomach woes more common in kids with autism
    Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are two and half times more likely to have gastrointestinal (GI) problems as infants and toddlers than typically developing children, according to a new study. The research, published in the March 25...
  • Bedtime routine
    10 easy steps to a better toddler bedtime routine
    Stay-at-home and working parents alike experience similar bedtime struggles with their toddlers. The overstimulated, overtired child can be just as rambunctious as a child who indulged in a luxurious afternoon nap. When mom or dad say it's...
  • Messy eater
    CDC reports toddler foods high in salt and added sugar
    Those convenient toddler foods that line grocery store shelves are loaded with salt and added sugar, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The research, published in the Feb. 2 online edition of...
  • Asthma Inhaler
    Bed-sharing toddlers may be at greater risk of developing asthma
    A new study from the Netherlands suggests that toddlers who share a bad with their parents may be at an increased risk of developing asthma by age 6. The study was published in the Dec. 10 online European Respiratory Journal.Researchers followed 6...
  • Prince William
    Keeping up with Prince George: Prince William gets creative tracking toddler
    Prince William appears to be a typical father of a toddler. So typical that he has to come up with some creative ways of keeping up with young son, Prince George. According to a Monday, Nov. 17 report by Fox News Magazine, Prince William said that...
  • A Young Child Sitting On A Child's Potty And Reading A Book
    Potty Training Guide from a pediatrician
    Dr. Laura Nathanson, MD, FAAP discusses potty trainingPotty training is a unique task in which parent and child need to work as a team. Achieving the goal should make trainer and trainee both feel proud, empowered, and closer than ever. As a...
  • Another Pack of Diapers
    Is it time to potty train your child?
    Potty training is often considered your toddler’s last big step into the world of a preschooler! As parents, we are either saddened as we bid this last bit of our child’s babyhood farewell—or we are doing a no-more-diapers dance...
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    10 Medicine Chest Must-Haves for Your Baby
    You are having a baby and feel very well prepared except for one of the most important things left to do; the baby medicine chest. Before you go running out to your local department store or pharmacy and try to decide between all the fever...
  • Color your life
    Luxurious education for the modern day kindergartener
    What is a luxurious education, you ask? And how much is it going to cost you for your toddler or preschooler? Well, let’s just say a lot. And we are not even referring specifically to a kindergarten in the United States, here, we are...
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