Ready for the last major round of vaccinations before kindergarten? Your little one is more aware now, making trips to the doctor tearful and tricky to navigate. Calm the worries with these baby immunization tips.
From talking teddy bears that talk to blinking blocks, high-tech toys are all the rage—but some of these gadgets can take the creativity out of play. Spark your child's imagination with these tech toys for toddlers.
Whether you've started to settle in with your adopted child or you're adopting an older baby, months 4 to 7 are crucial for the bonding process. Get the tips for successfully bonding with an adopted baby.
In the excitement—and exhaustion—of becoming a new parent, it's easy to forget that life's also changed for everyone around you, especially new nana and papa. Get our tips for setting boundaries with grandparents.
Since almost every newborn goes through a period of frequent night waking, it's common to feel totally sleep deprived for the first few months. Curb your exhaustion by looking forâand tacklingâthese common baby sleep issues.
Developmental Activities for Babies: 10 to 12 Months
Your baby is approaching the all-important one year mark and he's loud, proud and, at times, out of control. Use his blossoming independent streak to facilitate growth with these toddler development activities.
HB363, the piece of legislation recently vetoed in Utah, attempted to outlaw teaching anything but abstinence-only sex education. This controversy raised the question; what's the best way to teach about sexuality? Get the facts with this sex ed 101.
High stakes test results from a teacher's class can make or break a career, not to mention a school's budget. This pressure has led some schools to cheat the system. Avoid dishonesty by helping your child through testing with these tips.
It's 3 AM and you're up with the baby, half-asleep as she wails. New mom sleep deprivation is no joke, and can lead to sticky parenting situations. Take back your rest with these alternative sleep methods.