They don’t call them the ‘terrible twos’ for nothing. When a toddler reaches his second birthday it is not uncommon for him to start testing authority and boundaries.
Did your toddler take a Crayola marker to his skin? Don’t worry; most Crayola products are water-based and can be removed easily.
Your toddler’s messy. Baths are good. But does your toddler need them everyday?
Chest congestion can be tough on toddlers. Parents can help put their tots at ease by reducing uncomfortable symptoms.
Has your little Picasso left his artwork on your walls? Don’t sweat it.
Has your toddler started repeating words over and over again? Congratulations: they’re learning.
It’s been two months since your baby’s first birthday: how does their vocab stack up?
As a parent, you’ve probably been at your wit’s end when your child doesn’t respond to punishment. So how do you change the result and get a child to listen?
Quality, educational programming for toddlers can be hard to find. Here’s a look at our favorite mom-approved shows currently available on Netflix.
Shopping for new toys but wondering if you are just adding to the heap of toys that just sit in the toy box – try one of these 5 toddler tested toys that your little one will love.
Does a spoonful of sugar help the medicine go down? Not always. Learn how to get your toddler to take medicine without a struggle.
Toddlers have their own ways of communicating, and screaming is often your child’s way of expressing frustration. Here are some strategies to get their volume back under control.
Wondering if your child is ready to get out of diapers and on to the potty? See what the experts say and learn the best techniques to transition your child from diapers to briefs.
Cool weather, changing colors and plenty of activities – indoors and out – make fall a fun time for curious toddlers.
Is the perfect toddler playroom possible? With these ideas, it’s closer than you might think.
A diet that’s high in fiber is not only an extremely effective treatment for constipation and the related pain, it’s also not too tall an order to find some high fiber foods to please even the pickiest eaters.
With hundreds of potty training books and programs on the market, which ones are right for your toddler?
Having an ungrateful child can be mentally and physically taxing. Here’s how to start turning things around.