Jen Meyers and Jamie Loehr, M.D., authors of "Raising Your Child," say it is never to early to start working on your baby's language development. Try these easy activities to encourage Baby's language comprehension.
The process of language development starts at home, and it can be fun, too. We found great toys that teach little ones how to talk and help expand their vocabulary. Check out our picks to find the perfect one for your child.
Your toddler is constantly developing and reacting to the world around him. With such quick development, every day is a new adventure. We outline some of the most exciting milestones so you know what to expect.
Smart-alecky comments, sass, and disrespectful gestures, such as eye rolls and lip smacks, seem to be the norm when children talk back to you nowadays. Try these tips to nip your child's bold and brash behavior in the bud.
Your toddler is starting to walk and beginning to master her large motor skills. Jamie Loehr, M.D. and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child," suggest these activities in order to help her develop these skills.