What's the best thing we can do as parents? Teach our kids to read? Provide more emotional intelligence support? These are all fine and good, but sleeping well is one thing I'm trying really hard to instill in the kids.
For weary parents, there is some solace. As it turns out, all siblings bicker.
My daughter has to have her tonsils out. What are the risks associated with “going under”?
If your child is a nose picker, don’t punish; just hand over a tissue.
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Sure there’s nose picking, but aside from that your little one will find more ways to gross you out before they reach their fifth birthday. Here are a few you can expect to come your way.
Not only are fractures and breaks painful for little bones, but thinking of ways to keep your little one entertained for the next six weeks until the cast comes off can seem an impossible task. Here are a few ways we’ve discovered can make life with a cast tolerable for your kid – and you!
If these books aren’t in your library already, consider a trip to the bookstore.
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You’ve got a lot to pack into 10 or 20 minutes of face time with your child’s doctor, but making those visits a positive experience is good for everyone’s health.