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Baby Tantrum Tamers

January 8th, 2015 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Baby tantrums are different from those of older siblings. Here's why they happen and how to deal.
Baby Tantrum Tamers

Your baby's first tantrum can come as a shock, but don't take it personally. Baby tantrums are normal and, once you recognize the triggers, you can prevent the screaming from starting in the first place.

Is Your Baby on the Right Track?

January 8th, 2015 | By: Nancy Ripton
Check out these major first-year milestones
Is Your Baby on the Right Track?

Does your baby blow you away with how fast he’s learning to do cool stuff, like hold his head up by himself? Milestones are developmental stages that (usually) happen naturally. Here are the main ones to watch for – and what you can do to help your baby master them.

Is your child old enough to watch TV?

December 9th, 2014 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
How much TV is okay for your child and what age should they start
Is your child old enough to watch TV?

It’s hard to find an infant or toddler who hasn’t watched at least some TV, but is it good for them? Here’s how to decide when it’s okay to let your children watch TV and how to get the most from children’s television programming.

Five Best Baby Toys

December 9th, 2014 | By: Nancy Ripton
These amazing toys make great gifts for babies and toddlers
Five Best Baby Toys

There's a fine balance between having enough toys to stimulate your child and suddenly finding your home overtaken with clutter. The good news? Less is more when it comes to toys.

Does Your Baby Have Separation Anxiety?

December 9th, 2014 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Don't worry, it's not always a bad thing. Here's what you need to know about infant separation anxiety
Does Your Baby Have Separation Anxiety?

If you leave the room and your baby cries as if you’ve left the country, she may be suffering from separation anxiety. First of all, don’t worry that you’ve somehow spoiled her–nothing you’ve done has “made” your baby act this way. It’s a normal and important developmental stage and nearly all children experience separation anxiety between the ages of seven and 18 months.