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What an amazing time of growth and development for your child! It's time to start the countdown toward experiencing some pretty big milestones, like saying goodbye to all those diapers and your baby’s crib! There will be tears and tantrums, but there will also be plenty of giggles and grins. Please browse the topics below for informational articles, advice, helpful tools, child development videos, and more!

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The Diaper Wars

The recent going green frenzy has sparked the debate over cloth versus disposable diapers all over again. Which is better? Which is safer? Which is more cost eff ... More


EverydayKid Product Recalls -- November 2015

We all know the importance of staying informed about product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones, but staying on top of things can be a bit overwhelming. Let u ... More


EverydayKid Product Recalls – September 2016

We all know the importance of staying informed about product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones, but staying on top of things can be a bit overwhelming. Let u ... More

Boredom Busters! Use What You Have Around the House to Create Fun When Boredom Strikes

Every parent has been there. You're at home with the kids and everything is going well ...
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Home Safety Checklist for Families

Keeping your family and home safe is important. Use this safety checklist to guide you ...
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10 Healthy Snacks Your Toddler Will Actually Eat

Trying to get your toddler to eat can be a super frustrating time. One minute they'll eat ...
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What to Do When Parents Disagree on Parenting

It’s a scene most parents face at some point: You disagree with your partner on how to ...
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5 Signs Your Toddler is Ready for the Big Potty

There was a glorious time in my life a few years ago when we were all done with the ...
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My Toddler Climbed Out of His Crib. Now What?

When my youngest son was 20 months old he was a little climber. I couldn't take my eyes ...
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