Signs of posture problems include slouching, sitting for too long, walking on the toes or walking with the toes pointed outward.
Sure, it takes a village to raise a child, but what happens when tribe members insist on spoiling your wee one?
While it is not a skill that comes naturally to young children, by the time they reach age four or five they are beginning to understand that delaying gratification can bring its own rewards. How can parents foster this ability?
There’s no point in arguing about it: kids love technology. And they’re good at it. This generation, the so-called digital natives, seem to respond instinctively to gadgets and gizmos and touch screens.
If our kids and grandkids are going to be in charge of the planet some day, we better make sure they know what they’re doing. Nurturing their curiosity is key, and science fairs can help.
While solo parenting is stressful, Kodette still finds time to promote autism awareness.
It may be in your delivery.
When should you say goodnight to the nap?
Young children learn through play, which by its very nature provides a context for physical, social, emotional, cognitive creative and linguistic learning.
Words like pee-pee, poo-poo and bum-bum are adorable, while potty training. In the years that follow? Not so much.