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5 Myths About How and When Kids Learn to Walk Between a misunderstand of how milestones work and the baby marketing machine, parents are prone to fall for these myths about kids learning to walk.
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How to Keep from Transferring Your Anxiety and Stress to a Child Kids don’t need to be afraid of bugs, bills, or the boogeyman, even if parents are.
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5 Potty Training Tips to Ensure Toilet Success With a little preparation, the right timing, a workable game plan and the right gear potty training is sure to go off without a hitch.
The Key to Teaching Your Kids to Be Gracious Losers Kids will lose. Here's how you can help them develop the grace to shrug it off and focus on fun.
When Can You Teach a Kid to Feel Thankful? The idea of gratitude develops more as a child grows older, but parents can teach the habits of gratitude from an early age.
The Case Against the Kids’ Table at Thanksgiving Dinner If experts suggest that families dining together is a cure for social ills, why would we stop on the day when family dinner is required?
How To Talk To Your Children About Death It might be the hardest conversation you have with your children, but it's also one of the most important.
How to Prevent Ungrateful Kids During Winter Holidays Parents who don’t want to hear whining over gifts should do some preparation as the holidays approach.