Child Abuse

Skinned knees, bug bites, and bruises are standard toddler accessories, but their developing motor skills and curiosity can also lead to more serious injuries. While many of these injuries can’t be prevented, there are certain precautions parents can take to keep their child as safe as possible. From parking lots to sharp knives to electrical outlets, below you will find information from numerous experts and other mothers like you, to help you keep your child happy, safe, and accident-free!

Safety Tips - Toddler
How to Talk to Your Kids About “Tricky” Adults

When my kids were younger, a friend suggested teaching them a code word. She described it ...
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5 Signs of Child Abuse

Child abuse is a plague that attacks those who can’t protect themselves. Here’s how ...
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5 Things to Do When You Suspect Child Abuse

If you suspect abuse or if a child reports abuse to you, you become that child’s ...
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Your Child’s Play Behavior – When Should You Be Concerned?

As a parent, it's normal to observe your child's playtime behavior and ...
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Does My Child Need to See a Psychologist?

Parenting very young children can be stressful, especially if it’s your first time. ...
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Bullying and Young Children: How to Spot the Signs and What to Do

According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, at least 10 ...
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