There’s no perfect child but it’s important to correct negative behaviour early. Here are a few common reasons behind antisocial behaviour, and what parents can do to help their child.
Play is crucial for your baby’s development — and a whole lot of fun. Here are the different ways you can play with your little ones from ages 1 to 24 months.
Many adults swear in front of their kids on occasion. Uma explains her point of view on what’s acceptable language when there are small ears around.
Gone was the sweet, well-behaved infant you were well-accustomed to and in his place: a 3-foot tyrant who’s discovering how fun it is to drive you up the wall. Khairun writes about how she deals with it through discipline.
If you’ve had it with flying or tipped over bowls, we have good news. A San Diego startup is introducing a mealtime must-have that will make sure your toddler’s food stays off the floor.
Is your child constantly squinting when looking at objects at a distance? Think your tot has problems seeing well? Here are 7 things to look out for to know if your child needs help.
With a child’s imagination, nothing is impossible. Allow their imaginations to run wild with this quick guide on how to encourage the art of imaginative play in your own home.
If your curious kiddo is already fiddling with your iPad or iPhone, make the most of that screen time by downloading apps for toddlers that help teach them colours.
To toddlers, play is serious business – it’s the way in which they learn how the world works. Here you’ll find great and inexpensive ways to keep your toddler engaged in meaningful and creative play.
So your toddler is ready to transition from the changing table to a potty seat? Here are 9 tunes to make the process more fun and inviting.