Does Your Infant Or Toddler Need Glasses?

Vision tests are conducted on infants starting at six months and a comprehensive eye exam by an eye care professional should be scheduled by age one and repeated before kindergarten.
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Buy Your Kids A Real Vacuum Cleaner Instead Of The Toy Version

While you see a vacuum cleaner as a chore, a young child sees it as fun.
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Help Explaining Physical Distancing To Little Ones

A toddler-friendly video explains physcial distancing to help the little ones understand.
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Get Your Toddler To Kick The Pacifier Habit With Sabotage

Pacifiers are a godsend for parents. Babies like sucking on pacifiers because it reminds them of being in the womb. In fact, sucking is one of 5 womb sensations (known as the 5 S's) capable of triggering a baby's innate calming reflex. Eventually, though, you want them to be able to self-soothe...
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Hide Away The Excess Christmas Gifts For Your Toddler

You decided not to go overboard on gifts with your toddler this year. To your dismay, your family, friends and Santa himself didn't follow suit. Now your toddler's room is swimming in a sea of stuff. The good news is that you can pull some of that stuff away and give it back to them much later...
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Wean Kids Off Of Sugary Drinks

In a major shift, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry now r ecommends all children under the age of 5 should mostly drink milk and water and not fruit juices and other sugary...
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Teach Your Kids To Blow Their Own Nose

If there's one job parents would gladly surrender to your children, it's extracting the snot from their little noses. Although many kids are developmentally ready to learn to blow their own nose at age 2, some don't succeed until 7 or 8. So try and teach your child how to blow their nose with a...
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Overcome Bedwetting In Seven Days

One of the biggest milestones of parenting is potty-training. Between 2 and 3 most kids make the transition with just a few accidents but for around 15% of children aged 5, bedwetting is a common occurrence. While frustrating for both you and your child, Alicia Eaton, a child expert offers some...
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Chores For Kids At Any Age

Since the dawn of time, children have been tasked with helping their parents on what have become chores. Having children do chores is not just an efficient way to get it all done; it’s an integral part of raising happy, confident children who become productive and conscientious members of their...
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Toddler Locks Dad Out Of His iPad For 49 Years

One of the iPhones and iPad security features is to "lock" the phone for a certain amount of time if the wrong passcode is entered repeatedly, which can range from a few minutes to a few hours. However one iPad owner is going to be waiting a long time after his 3-year old kept entering the wrong...
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