Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

If you’re a new parent who’s struggling to figure out how to reconcile your pre-baby ideas about what parenthood would be like and what parenthood is actually like, check ...

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When my son was a toddler, he decided that all of his tags had to go. Tags were itchy and bothersome, and he had no time for itchy and bothersome. ...

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I work with a lot of kids, and they come to me for a variety of reasons. I enjoy each and every one of them, but if I'm being completely honest, I really enjoy working with ...

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Playdates are a staple for the after-school set, but babies and toddlers can have playdates too! Granted, these types of playdates tend to be scheduled to give caregivers a ...

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Developing a consistent routine for children can be a challenge even under the best circumstances. When you account for age, various activities, homework, and maybe even ...

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I am normally someone who follows the advice of people of authority without question (within reason!). I figure they're the expert, they obviously ...

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Have you ever had to stand back, feeling completely helpless, while your child struggled with something very difficult that didn't result in success? I have. My daughter is a ...

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Bode Miller, an Olympic Skier, is mourning the death of his 3-year-old daughter, who drowned at a neighborhood pool party and warning other parents of the dangers. ...

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It's that time of year again: While some parents are planning 1970s-inspired summers of long days outside and campouts with friends, others are carefully planning each moment ...

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Parents say a lot of things to their kids. We chit chat, we ask questions, we make jokes, and we try to sneak in a few life lessons here and there ... but we never do know ...

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