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You can help Baby develop social skills this month by responding to her smiles and laughs. Here are other ways to help your baby's social development.
Is your little guy acting up? This month you can give him a glare and he'll know that your look means he's busted. Find out more about Baby's social development.
Playing peekaboo with your baby during the eighth month will help her social development tremendously. Find out what else you need to know.
Help your baby begin to learn how to communicate and continue her social development with these tips from experts.
Your babbling baby may start to recognize more words this month. Find out how she will develop socially.
Although Baby won't know what you're saying, she can now tell the difference between a conversation and singing. Find out how else she develops socially at 9 months.
Not sure if your child is on the right track for developing social skills? Be on the lookout for these indicators.
Your little one will babble up a storm as she continues to develop socially during the sixth month.
Raise a social baby from Day 1! Here's a breakdown of must-know facts about social development in babies and how you can help your child thrive.
Learn what to expect of baby's social development in the second month, including milestones like that first smile and your first conversation.
Start your vocal warm-ups, moms! This month, singing to your baby is just one of the many ways you can help her social development.
This month, you'll start experiencing more two-way interactions with your baby as she advances in her social development.
Your baby will start cooing and gooing over just about anything. Find out more about social development in the fifth month.
Build trust and confidence with your baby to boost his social and emotional development with these activities from Jamie Loehr M.D, and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child."
Jamie Loehr and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child" suggest these activities to help Baby feel comfortable in social situations as well as grow emotionally.
Opposites don't necessarily attract at the age of eight. Does this mean your child is sexist?
There's no way to shield your child from disappointments. Instead, encourage him to use difficult situations as an opportunity to confront feelings and cope with rejection.
The prospect of spending the night at a friend's house may delight your child, but giving the go-ahead may not be the best decision. We tell you how to decide if your youngster is ready for a sleepover.
Should you be worried if your 8-year-old starts talking about boyfriends? Most of the time, it's better to take it in stride.
Know when your child's ready -- and reduce the chance of a plea for a pickup.
Is your child having trouble developing friendships? Help him feel more confident with these tips and activities for making friends at school.
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