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Tips for Handling the “Terrible Twos” or the “Threenage years”

Toddlers begin to assert their independence, which can lead to moments of frustration for both children and parents. It's hard to deal with, but an important development. We've got tips to help you cope.

Potty Training Basics

It’s a milestone parents both look forward to and dread in equal measure. On one hand, no more diapers! On the other hand, teaching a tiny human to know their body’s cues and make it to the toilet in time is a daunting task (especially if kindergarten looms large!). Here’s the lowdown.

Milestones (1 to 3 Years): What to Watch For

Your toddler’s growth will start to slow down a little after the first year, but they will still change and grow and learn exponentially between the ages of one and three. Here are the benchmarks to watch for.

Helping A Reluctant Potty Trainer

Potty training can be tricky. Even though it's frustrating, the most important thing you can do is be patient and wait for your child's cues.

How to curb a fussy eater

Got a picky eater on your hands? Registered dietitian Jill Wallace offers the tips to ensure mealtime goes off without a hitch.

The Benefits of Playing Pretend

Imagination kicks into high gear at the toddler stage. Pretend play is educational, but also just plain fun.

Is full-day kindergarten too much for four-year-olds?

For parents and children, full-day kindergarten means a consistent routine with less juggling for alternative child care, but is it right for kids, parents and teachers alike?

Milestones: Your toddler’s development

A lot of development happens for your toddler between the ages of one and three. From climbing and walking to learning to express their feelings, here's what to expect.

How to tell if a late walker is a cause for concern

Is your kiddo taking his time moving from crawling to walking? Don't fret just yet.

How to nurture your toddler’s creative side

Expose your children to different situations and mediums for inspiration. A box of crayons is a good start, but here’s how to go further.

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