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What an amazing time of growth and development for your child! It's time to start the countdown toward experiencing some pretty big milestones, like saying goodbye to all those diapers and your baby’s crib! There will be tears and tantrums, but there will also be plenty of giggles and grins. Please browse the topics below for informational articles, advice, helpful tools, child development videos, and more!

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Ready, Steady … Talk! Language Development Milestones from 0-3 Years

Around a year old, the magical moment occurs when your child says her first word. The language precursors laid the foundation, and now the time is here to start using real words. D ... More

8 Rules to Dating a Single Mom

Dating. I would imagine that everyone has some sort of reaction to that word. To some, the word evokes memories of romantic moments with a significant other. To others, the word su ... More

EverydayKid Product Recalls - November 2014

Toddler Product Recalls – November 2014 We all know the importance of staying informed of product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones but staying on top ... More

That Moment When Your Child’s Honesty Makes You Want to Run and Hide

It was just after 5 o’clock, and I was rushing through the grocery store on the ...
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4 Great Books That Teach Gratitude

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Ready to Ride: Choosing a Bike for Your Preschooler

A huge rite of passage as a parent is teaching your child how to ride a bike. I always ...
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5 Fun Mom-Toddler Date Ideas

The first year of motherhood is full of new things - whether they're thrilling (like ...
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Teaching Kids to Cope with Test Anxiety

It happens every time: On the day of a big test your child comes to you with a list ...
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What Makes Mama Happy? The Answer Will Put You to Sleep

Do me a favor really quick: I want you to count on your hand (because I know that you ...
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