Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

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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If you’re looking to minimize the “stuff” of baby and toddlerhood and create a clean and organized playroom, check out these tips. ...

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Want to know what your little one does when you’re not around?  She talks. He squirms. She wiggles. He moves. Oh wait, you already knew that. They do that when they're ...

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It seemed like a good idea at the time. Just months ago, your child was full of enthusiasm and ready to conquer the great outdoors…away from home. But now that the ...

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