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Sleepovers? Deciding if Your Child is Ready.

Sleepovers? Deciding if Your Child is Ready.

At some point in your child’s social life, they will want to participate in a sleepover. It is a good idea to decide what your family guidelines are going to be for sleepovers ahead of time, before the question comes up in a less than ideal circumstance.

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Stopping Aggressive Behavior in Toddlers

Stopping Aggressive Behavior in Toddlers

Toddlers are darling. The way they explore, touch and babble is simply amazing, but with the positive exploration, aggression may also be a dominant behavior during this time. In fact aggression is common with toddlers, but it is important to also set rules. Why Do Toddlers Get Aggressive? This period of life is when your [...]

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On the Verge of Verbal Communication: Understanding His Frustration

On the Verge of Verbal Communication: Understanding His Frustration

Exploring by touching, smelling and seeing, a toddler is on a mission to take in as much as they can. They hold the world in their chubby little hands. It’s normal, but at times it can be frustrating for your toddler, and most definitely for you. Your toddler is getting ready to speak, and perhaps [...]

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5 Fun Activities for You and Your Toddler

5 Fun Activities for You and Your Toddler

Toddlers love spending time with mom or dad. They enjoy activities that engage all their senses as well as their body. If they can explore, wiggle, jump or do something that makes them curious they love it. Keep in mind when planning play time and activities with your toddler their attention span is short. But [...]

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