Even once your little one starts using the potty on a regular basis, it may not be time to abandon those diapers and pull-ups just yet. Potty training at night and during naps are often called the final frontiers in potty training because they typically take longer for kids to master. Fortunately, there are some things parents can do to make the transition a little bit … [Read more...] about How to make potty training at night and during naps easier
Naps are essential for your little one’s mood and development (and your sanity!), but how do you know if they’re sleeping enough? What are the basic do’s and don’ts when it comes to toddler naps? In today’s post, Jen Varela, a baby sleep coach, chimes in on how to ensure your little ones get the proper daytime rest. By definition, what is a nap? Varela says that a nap … [Read more...] about How to Help Your Toddler Nap
In this article: What is a food allergy and how is it different from a sensitivity or intolerance? What are the most common symptoms to look for? Can you grow out of a food allergy? What are the main foods that cause food allergies? What can parents do to protect their own kids and others from food allergens? As a parent, one of your main jobs is feeding … [Read more...] about Does Your Child Have a Food Allergy?
In this article... How do you define the term spoiling? Is it bad to spoil a child? Can you spoil babies? What are some signs that your child is spoiled? How can you prevent a spoiled child? You love your child and strive to give them everything they want, but does that mean you’re spoiling them? Child Development and Behavior Specialist, Nancy Cohen, offers … [Read more...] about Are you raising a spoiled brat?