Learn about behaviors, first friends, language, manners, delays, and more with these developmental touchstones. Our month-by-month guide prepares you every step of the way.
It's your child's first love, and the breakup can be tough. Survive the pacifier weaning stage with these tried-and-true tactics.
For this mama, it's about teaching her son to have boundaries, not to share with everyone he meets. Do you agree or disagree?
The importance of gender-neutral toys for boys and girls goes beyond just being politically correct.
Your child's turning 3! Discover the best types of birthday presents to buy your 3-year-old.
Oh, baby, it's a rude world -- which is why it's more important than ever that we teach our kids this classic value.
Encourage cognitive and language development with these fun, everyday learning activities.
Is your little one on the shy side? These tips will show you how to break her out of her shell.
Advice to help your child learn to recognize letters and write them properly.
Whether you're firstborn, middle child, last-born, or only child, birth order can have a big effect on your personality and behavior.
No one wants to raise a spoiled brat. But how do you know if you are? Take our quiz and find out if your little one is a terror-in-the-making.Take Quiz
A national survey shows most parents believe their toddlers have the capacity for more control of their emotions than is developmentally possible at their age.
Try these inventive ways to teach ABCs, 123s, and other basics.
Could this classic discipline technique actually make the situation worse? Learn what experts recommend, including a new and improved five-step technique for giving time-outs.
Dos and don'ts for raising a confident kid.
Why so many kids cheat, and how to help them stop.
Here are the most effective ways to help your child become happy, self-assured, and successful.
Your toddler is 3 and ready for more independence. Take a look at what this exciting year will bring and how to prepare for what's next.
Your child probably knows how to say his ABCs. Now it's time to for him to put them down on paper.
Unfortunately, kids' ability to give a fig about anyone except themselves doesn't develop until a little later than we'd like.
Research has listed the 25 most common words that toddlers master. It suggests if your two-year-old isn't saying at least 25 words, at a minimum, you might want to seek out an evaluation by a doctor.
Can't get your kids to pitch in around the house? Find out how to get them involved with chores.