Development

In the Blink of a Childhood

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Children grow up so fast, it’s important to be aware of that: live each day of their childhood as the gift it is and cherish time with your kids.

Top 10 Ways to Nurture Your Child

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“Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them makes an impression.” So goes the wisdom of Dr. Haim Ginott, schoolteacher, psychologist, and best known for his book, Between Parent and Child. Every single day offers parents a chance to make an impression on their children — whether that impression is good or bad is… Read more »

Socializing Baby

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Playgroups and classes offer young children a different type of interaction from that of the home setting. Observation and imitation of peers are key to helping your baby develop her social skills.

Building Sibling Love

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Help your toddlers get ready for a new baby’s arrival by teaching them all about their special new roles: Big brothers and sisters!

The Kid Diet & The Mommy Trap!

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Moms with small kids eat more calories from saturated fat than women without children says the journal of Pediatrics. Watch out for those “easy to grab a few” traps related to what kids can eat!

Camp Questions to Ask

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Get to know camp directors as people through phone conversations, e-mails and a personal visit. Have the director describe the camp’s philosophy and how the staff implements it.

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