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Does My Child Have A Speech And Language Delay?

Posted on 20 April 2011 by

Long before your child has uttered his first word, the process of learning how to communicate has already begun. But with kids developing differently, you could never expect your child to be as fluent as another kid with the same age in his playgroup. So when it comes to your child’s speech and language development, […]

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Is My Baby Constipated?

Posted on 15 April 2011 by

Along with colic and diaper rash, constipation is also a common concern among parents of infants. With babies having irregular bowel movements, many parents often worry that their babies are constipated. But can you really rely on the frequency of bowel movements alone to indicate constipation? For many of us, the regularity of our bowel […]

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How To Get Your Child To Take Naps

Posted on 12 April 2011 by

When your child openly declares that he’s already giving up his daytime nap, how do you think you’ll respond? For many toddlers and even preschoolers, the idea of a few minutes of rest during the day has become more of a nuisance to their already fun-filled day. And with your child already accustomed to asserting […]

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Is My Child Ready For Preschool?

Posted on 07 April 2011 by

Is there really an ideal age on when a child should attend preschool? With kids developing at varying rates, how will you know if your child is ready? For some parents, they prefer to start their child with preschool at an early age because they feel that preschool is more beneficial as compared to having […]

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Does My Child Have ADHD?

Posted on 31 March 2011 by

The world is a child’s biggest playground. When a child makes his first step, it marks the beginning of a lifetime of exploration. Children, especially younger ones, would never waste their day just lounging around because they have so many skills to master and even more things to explore. But when your child just can’t […]

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5 Tips On How To Deal With An Angry and Frustrated Child

Posted on 23 March 2011 by

Anger and frustration are among the most common emotions that kids feel in any given day. Kids can become angry and frustrated when they don’t get their way, or when their efforts fall short of accomplishing a task. When a child feels neglected, he may also feel angry and frustrated because he feels that his […]

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What To Do When Your Child Starts Swearing

Posted on 02 March 2011 by

At the height of your emotions, do you end up swearing in front of your kids? And when you unexpectedly lose all control and say the forbidden word, do you owe up to your mistake or do you just pretend as if nothing happened? If the situation were reversed, how would you feel if your […]

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5 Easy Ways To Limit Screen Time At Home

Posted on 21 February 2011 by

If your TV is the most used appliance at home, you may have unknowingly tolerated your kids to get too much screen time. But for many kids, the fun does not end there because with today’s advancement in technology, kids no longer see the need to head outdoors to experience the fun and thrill of […]

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6 Prom Safety Tips For Parents

Posted on 04 February 2011 by

Teens look forward to their proms for a night of style, socializing, and unbridled fun. But behind the glitz and glamour are risks that have long been associated with prom nights. Risky behaviors such as driving under the influence, unprotected sex, and other prom-related incidents are just among the most common worries that parents stress […]

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5 Tips On How To Deal With Twin Sibling Rivalry

Posted on 27 January 2011 by

If there’s one thing that aptly describes the atmosphere at my brother’s house, it’s chaos. Being parents to toddler twins, there isn’t a day that would pass when the kids would not get into some kind of conflict. From wanting to play with the very same toy to seeking attention, they would always find ways […]

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Dos and Don’ts When Dealing with Christmas Gift Jealousy

Posted on 01 December 2010 by

Gift jealousy is one of the biggest concerns of parents when buying Christmas presents for their children. The excitement of receiving and opening gifts on Christmas can quickly fade away when a child turns into a green-eyed monster. It’s natural for children to somehow feel envious of another one’s toys. Siblings and cousins are the […]

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