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No More Bedtime Battles

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers & Preschoolers (McGraw-Hill) We parents today have demanding schedules, and we juggle multiple tasks all day long. There’s too much to do, and never enough time to do it. The bedtime routine often gets slotted as one more “thing to do” after which we […]

Does Your Toddler Run in the Street? This One Key Phrase Will Stop Him in His Tracks!

By Michelle Shelton, Parenting Coach Keys2Kids.com Does your toddler run away from you? Does he run into the street at times or run towards it, nearly giving you a heart attack? All mothers have felt the panic of seeing their little guy sprinting toward the street! My mother used to say; “you’ll die a million […]

Triumphing Over Tantrums

by Patty Hone Before you had kids you probably witnessed an out of control child having a temper tantrum at the store. More than likely you thought or said, “If that was my child, I would ______”. Well now here you are with children of your own dealing with these exact situations. Temper tantrums are […]

Toddler Treat: Sunshine Wraps

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan AhlersIt is estimated that as many as one child in 80 is allergic to peanuts. For kids with a peanut allergy, sunflower butter is an excellent substitute for peanut butter. You can find sunflower butter at many natural foods stores. When selecting a brand, make sure to read the label, […]

Serving Sizes for Toddlers

by Cheryl Tallman and Joan AhlersNaps are important for your child’s health and growth. A nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy for the rest of the day. Studies show that children who nap are more adaptable, have longer attention spans, and are less fussy than those who don’t nap. Parents […]

Toddler Treat: Pear Nog

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan AhlersA festive drink for the Holiday season. One the whole family will love. Ingredients: 1 pear peeled, cored and cut in chunks 1 cup of egg nog (dairy or soy) 2 ice cubes cracked Dash of cinnamon Directions: Place all ingredients in blender. Blend at high speed for 15 seconds. […]

The Top 10 Fun Things for Parents and Toddlers to Play With

by Dr. Clare Albright Give your child a spray bottle of water and watch them spray every possible thing outside of the house! Use shaving cream in the bathtub for extra fun. It is usually possible to find cans of shaving cream that cost only a dollar each. Remember that Barney dolls, Sesame Street dolls, […]

Is Your Child Suffering from The Gimmes?

by Rayven Perkins This horrible, debilitating disease can transform even the kindest, sweetest children into horrible thoughtless monsters! Has this ever happened to you? You walk into the grocery store with your little angel by your side. She asks if she may please have a box of Starry Fish Gummy Fruit Snacks, and when you […]

Smart Strategies That Will Help You With the Challenge of Raising a Toddler

by Agata Langer It’s 8 o’clock at night, the kids are finally asleep. The floor is covered with toys and the trail of rejected dinner food items that ‘accidentally’ fell off the kids’ dinner trays. The sofa and the walls are sticky with jelly, the TV remotes are gone, the kitchen sink is overfilled with […]

Natural Toys for Creative Play

by Dana Johnson, MSW Think back for a moment to your childhood. What was your favorite thing to play? What did you pretend for hours on end? When parents are asked this question, almost without exception we discover that our favorite play scenarios were those we created out of our imaginations. We were mommies feeding […]

How to Handle Your Child’s Tantrums

by Gary Hendricks Oh gosh … he’s at it again! Wailing and crying for God knows what reason. Do you have a problem with your child’s tantrums? Here’s a quick guide on how to handle them during those stressful moments. Why Do Children Throw Tantrums? Studies have shown that when children throw tantrums, they do […]

Games for Promoting Your Child’s Motor Development

by Rae Pica If a child is having fun while moving, that child is far more likely to want to keep moving. What he doesn’t realize is that he’s also practicing his movement skills! Following are activities that help promote the development of locomotor (traveling) skills: In and Around. There’s nothing like an obstacle course […]

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