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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


Toddler Product Recalls – August 2014

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


EverydayKid Product Recalls -- April 2015

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4 Signs It’s Time to Ditch the Bottle

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Kid-Tested Toddler Birthday Party Activities

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How to Talk to Your Kids About “Tricky” Adults

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25 Summer Activities For Toddlers

Now that summer is finally here it's time to get those little ones out and about. If you ...
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4 Easy Toddler and Preschool Sensory Activities

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8 Ways I’ve Changed Over 8 Years As a Parent

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