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A new study shows academic success may hinge on how many words you speak to your child. What's the magic number?
Babies covered in cake make adorable photo ops, but feeding him isn't always black and white. Check out our list of potentially harmful baby foods to avoid during the first 2 years.
When children do something hurtful we tend to make them apologize. But it isn't saying 'I'm sorry' that children need to learn so much as it is feeling sorry.
People used to consider a baby's brain a blank slate, but new research is proving that wrong. The gist of it: your baby knows more about math than you think.
What to do if your child hasn't learned to walk 'on schedule': First, relax. Second, read this article!
Children are naturally curious and continually engage in exploration and play. They are intrigued by cause-and-effect phenomena and delight in being surprised.
The article discusses the three stages of prenatal development: germinal stage, embryonic stage, and fetal stage.
It's been four weeks, and you're feeling a tad more confident with your parenting skills. Your kid is growing and figuring out new skills every day. Learn all about what to expect with these 2 month milestones.
You may be surprised to learn how different non-American parents view their infants and interact with them. Here are some of the differences.
Your infant's cries seem endless, and you're a sleep-deprived zombie out of ideas to soothe her. Get some much-needed sleep with our tips for how to calm a crying baby.
A new report says every child should be screened for autism twice before the age of two. What does this means for parents?
As you near your baby's first birthday, he hardly resembles that helpless bundle placed in your arms just 10 short months ago. Find out what to expect from your almost-toddler with these 10 month milestones.
The best body and brain boosting exercises for the new addition to your family start with you. Help your baby get a strong start with these developmental activities for infants.
After four months with your baby, he's transformed into his own person, complete with likes, dislikes and new skills every day! Learn more about what to expect with these 4 month milestones.
As adults, we often feel it's too difficult to learn a new language, but for kids, it's easy. Here's how to get bilingual in an increasingly global society.
Identifies stages in Bowlby's ethological attachment process and highlights the importance of the attachment relationship in early childhood classrooms.
Gone are the days when your baby slept most of the time and was blissfully immobile. Now, it's all about chasing your little one around the house, and quelling imminent tantrums. Get our tips for how to calm a fussy baby.
Your sweet bundle of joy has turned into a babbling ball of energy by the time he hits the 4 to 6 month mark. Help him hone important skills for growth and learning with these baby development activities.
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