Are you and your family starting the process of potty
training with your little one and you are quite sure where to
start? Elizabeth Pantley has the answers for you, straight from
her new book "The No-Cry Potty Training Solution:
Gentle Ways to Help Your Child Say Good-Bye to
In preparation for your baby's next checkup, here are some
questions to help you evaluate what your child is already
doing, and what concerns or questions you want to discuss with
your child's nurse or...
It's natural for a baby to move on from breastfeeding. Look for signs that he or she is ready, and then wean gradually to make it a painless transition for both of you.
Though it's certainly not the only method, breastfeeding is one way for a mother to form an early bond with her baby.
A baby's first tantrum can take you by surprise. Your baby
can really shock you by shrieking, stamping, hitting, or making
his whole body go stiff. But don't take it personally; baby
tantrums aren't about anything you've done wrong.
The battle of words over the danger or safety of video games continues to rage.
The lack of listening skills is a major challenge in the classroom as well as in the home. It is the cornerstone for developing interpersonal relationships and yet it is one of the most neglected language skills in teaching environments.
New parents learn quickly that everyone has something to say about a pudgy baby, with remarks ranging from harmless ("Look at those chubby cheeks") to hurtful ("Isn't he a little big for his age?")
Working and raising children is the great balancing act that an increasing number of parents perform.