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Don’t fear toilet training! Welcoming this “signature achievement of toddlerhood” is easier to master with these incredibly helpful tips from child psychologist Dr. Heather Wittenberg.
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Dr. Wittenberg is a psychologist specializing in the development of babies, toddlers, preschoolers — and parents. She offers no-hype, practical parenting advice on her blog BabyShrink — rooted in science, and road tested in her own home as the mother of four young children. She has helped thousands of parents over the years and knows that the most common problems with young children — sleep, feeding, potty training and behavior — can be the most difficult ones to solve.
Throughout the year, you’re going to collect boatloads and boatloads of drawings, paintings, and mixed-media art that will go from the fridge to a file folder in your bedroom. But what to do with them when the folders start to burst? Here are five meaningful ways to repurpose or preserve your kiddos’ school masterpieces: Gift […]
A public temper tantrum—it’s every parent’s worst nightmare. They can be frustrating, embarrassing, unexpected… and are completely normal. In order to manage a tantrum, it is important to try to understand the cause. This can be difficult because they can be caused by many different things, such as frustration, hunger, fear, anger, stress, sensory overload, […]
It can be hard to tell the difference between age-appropriate behaviors, and those behaviors that may signal a deeper problem. Age-appropriate behaviors, even if they are challenging, are behaviors that help children learn and progress in their social development. It is normal and necessary for children to test limits in order to learn about relationships […]