Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

A mom of a four-year-old tracked me down with concerns about what she feared might be considered "pathological" lying. Her daughter could weave a tale like no other, and mom ...

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If you decide to make an Easter basket for your little one, you’re probably going to have to get creative, as most Easter-themed toys and games are designed for older ...

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Whether travel is a regular part of your job or you’re heading out on your very first business trip, check out these tips to help make your travels easier on your little ...

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A new study from the UK last month reported that less than half of parents (just over a third) sing their babies to sleep these days. ...

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There has been some controversy online over the long-term damage of mommy blogs. Is there a problem with posting about kids online? And when does it cross the line? ...

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If your baby's shots are approaching, and you’re feeling worried about whether they might have a reaction, familiarizing yourself with what’s normal can help you feel ...

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it might seem like there’s not much to worry about or do between diapering a newborn and potty training a toddler, parents often find that nighttime diapering challenges ...

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A new study has revealed an interesting finding about childhood sleep: the report, funded by J & J Consumer, examined the sleep habits of over 1,980 children as described by ...

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By my daughter's first birthday, she knew fourteen signs. We began baby sign language with her early on in an effort to help her learn to communicate. I ...

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"She's the perfect angel at school, but she never listens at home." This is a common complaint among parents these days. In fact, I field a lot of phone calls from frustrated ...

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