Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

Giving birth is a monumental moment in a woman’s life. In the months leading up to the big day, many women spend a lot of time thinking about what they want their birth to ...

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We, the EverydayFamily.com staff, decided to share some stories about our babies' names and why we chose those names. ...

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New parents often discuss their lack of sleep. Sleepless nights for new parents are to be expected. But many babies don't get enough sleep either. It's completely normal for ...

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I will never forget the moment when my oldest child transitioned from a very quiet crawler to a talkative, action-packed, always climbing, sometimes nay-saying toddler with ...

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If you have a toddler on your hands, chances are you are well acquainted with the word “no.” Some days it might even feel like “no” is all you ever hear. Are you ...

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Summer is here! Many families are headed to the pool or beach with a little one. So it is important to get your little one ready for the water. If introduced early, children ...

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Coping with Traumatic Birth

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 by from Baby Steps
A new mother tried her best to recall the birth of her firstborn son. She remembers heading to the hospital after her water broke. She remembers checking in and settling in a ...

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A mom of a four-year-old reached out for help. Her daughter, it seemed, struggled to connect with her peers in her preschool. This mother explained that her daughter had a ...

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We asked our wonderful community of Facebook mamas what one item in their baby's nursery is their most favorite. Their responses made me feel so cozy I could curl up and take ...

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When kids land in my office with complaints of stomachaches and headaches of unknown origins (meaning they’ve seen the doctor and their health checks out), I always suspect ...

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