'Mine!' 'No, it's mine!' Is there a toddler or preschooler in your house who's struggling with sharing? Sharing is difficult, and no one is born ready to share all the time. Learn about some great ways to help our children with sharing.
Your 6-month-old is still growing rapidly and may have a wonderful new skill on the horizon: sitting up! This visit will likely include lots of immunizations, so it may help to know what to expect. Find out more about the 6-month visit.
Setbacks during the potty training process can be frustrating for us as parents and for our kids, too. With a little knowledge and some practical tips, we can make it past the difficult times and move things forward. Learn more.
Your baby's skin is so soft and smooth, you just can't resist touching it! To help keep it that way, take a look at a few tips for preventing dryness and avoiding sun damage. Get more information on baby skin care.
Is your child eating only a few foods these days, or not eating as much as before? Try not to worry, as this is a normal pattern for kids at this age. Check out these smart mealtime strategies for a picky toddler.
Our new little walkers will very likely take a few falls. If a tooth gets bumped in the process, we can help by following a few simple first aid tips, starting with applying pressure to stop any bleeding. Get more helpful tips.
Many of us have wonderful childhood memories of time spent with Grandma and Grandpa. We can share this gift with our own children by keeping them in close touch with their grandparents. Learn more about celebrating grandparents.
There's nothing like a fresh-out-of-the-bath baby. And it can be tempting to bathe our little ones every night. Two or three baths a week are fine, though — our babies just don't get that dirty (wait till they're toddlers!). Get more tips.
Looking for ways to add some artsy creativity to your toddler's play? Try out some activities that involve craft supplies. These toddler craft ideas can be fun and educational, and will keep your tot happy and busy.
Ready for your first family trip? Have your little one sleep in the portable bed for a few nights before the trip, to get used to it. Also, bring plenty of water (for you) and lots of baby wipes. Get more travel-with-baby tips.
Finding gifts for everyone on your list can take a huge chunk of time — which you don't have enough of during the holiday season. Learn how to streamline your shopping, get it all done, and start relaxing.
Turn your family photos into activity cards you can use to entertain your child. Looking at family pictures will not only engage your baby but also help him learn more about his world and the important people in his life.
What could be more fun than exploring the great outdoors with your baby or toddler. Grab a stroller (or your little one's hand), lace up your walking shoes, and head out for some time with Mother Nature. Learn more.