Bath time can be fun, but keeping a close eye out for your baby’s safety is important. Soap and water make for a slippery situation. A pediatrician offers a few words of caution about bath time for your little one.
Why Is My Toddler Biting — and How Can I Stop It?
Those teeth may be tiny, but they still hurt! We talked to a child psychologist about why toddlers bite people and how to properly address the behavior.
When to Transition to a Toddler Bed and Tips for a Smooth Move
It’s time to switch to a toddler bed if your child has outgrown their crib or is climbing out. Find out more signs your toddler is ready for a bed, and advice for how to keep them safe in one as they find new independence.
Signs It’s Time To Lower Your Baby’s Crib Mattress
Your baby’s mobility is the deciding factor for when to lower the crib mattress. From rolling to sitting to standing, here’s where your crib height should be set.
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Baby Fell Off the Bed and Hit Their Head? Here’s What To Look For
Even with all of your best intentions, sometimes, babies fall. And rarely, it can cause a serious situation. Learn the difference between when to go to the ER and when you can wait it out.
How Serious Are Heart Murmurs in Children?
A heart murmur diagnosis in children can cause parents anxiety, but the diagnosis is actually pretty common and doesn’t necessarily indicate an issue. Pediatric cardiologists offer reassuring facts.
10 Tips for Dealing With Sibling Rivalry
Everybody fights with their siblings when they’re young, but that’s because kids will compete for attention and admiration. Here’s how you can help stop sibling rivalry so your kids work better together.
Dad-to-Be Guide: 10 Things To Do as You Prepare for Fatherhood
From baby-care skills like diapering to big-picture questions about the kind of parent you want to be, get ready to be a dad with these helpful tips.
Does Your Child Snore? These Could Be the Reasons Why
Is childhood snoring a cause for concern? Here’s what to know if your child sounds like a chainsaw at night.
What To Do and What Not To Do When Your Child Is in Therapy
As a parent, you can expect to be involved in your child’s therapy to some degree. But there are boundaries to what you need to be privy to. A child psychologist helps sort it out.