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HOW TO IDENTIFY AND HANDLE A VERY YOUNG BULLY
All young kids can be jerks, but they generally lack the sophistication to actually be aggressive or cruel to each other.
6 SIMPLE WAYS TO RAISE HEALTHY EATERS
When thinking about how to encourage your children to eat healthier, the focus is usually on what children are eating. Are they eating too many sweets? Are they eating fruits and vegetables? Do they get enough protein?
But too often we miss the bigger picture.
A PARENT’S GUIDE TO CO-SLEEPING AND BED-SHARING
Few parenting topics spark as much passion and ire as co-sleeping. The term refers to the practice of babies sleeping close, within “sensory range,” of their caregivers at night. Co-sleeping can but doesn’t necessarily mean that babies sleep in the same bed as their parents; alternatively, babies can sleep in a separate bassinet in the same room or in one that attaches to the parents’ bed. Keeping babies in the same room during the night until they’re 1 year old is the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics (although families really into co-sleeping might do it for years)
Dateline Health Show 450: Childhood Development
Dateline Health Show 427: Childhood Development & Autism Spectrum Disorder
NSU center offers cheaper tests for children with developmental delays
Unique center offers support for children who refuse to eat
6 Simple Ways to Raise healthy Eaters
How to Identify and Handle a Very Young Bully
How to Teach a Potty Training Kid to Wipe Their Ass Properly
How to Move a Co-Sleeping Toddler Into Their Own Bed
When tragedy strikes, talk to your children
Guide for Picky eaters
My Best Advice for Parents: Know and Trust Yourselves