Archive for 'Development'
Caring for Kids: The Complete Canadian Guide to Children’s Health is a comprehensive contemporary guide to health and wellness in children (ages 0-10), combining medically sound care with cutting edge research. With information culled from the [...]
The early stages of your baby’s speech and language development. Early Speech Difficulties Speech development in babies really starts to pick up by the time they reach a year with babies babbling – that is, repeating [...]
Now that there are less daylight hours and it’s dark before dinnertime in much of the country, children are less active and their outdoor playtime is reduced. This is supported by a study done by the [...]
Is there anything you can do to encourage your baby to take his first step – or is it all genetically predetermined? Baby’s first step is a developmental milestone that most parents never forget. But waiting [...]
Is your child ready to be toilet trained? Toilet Training If there is one milestone every parent looks forward to, it’s when their child no longer requires diapers. But learning to use a toilet will not [...]
The connection between music and a baby’s first words. Language Development Have you ever noticed that when you talk to an infant you naturally use a sing song voice? Well there’s good reason for this. Music [...]
What to expect as your baby grows those pearly whites. Teething Teething – it all begins with those bottom two middle teeth. As early as three or four months they’ll peak through the gums and by [...]
The connection between crankiness & developmental milestones. Crankiness & Milestones Have you ever tried to learn a new skill, only to be frustrated and irritated by set-backs while trying to master it? Well, that same frustration [...]
When the bogeyman just won’t go away. When does that fear of the dark become a true phobia? Is your child afraid of the dark? For many children, especially preschoolers, the bogeyman is a very real [...]
Were you a bedwetter? Then chances are your child will be too, because bedwetting is often hereditary. At around three or four years of age, once a child has mastered toilet learning, he then begins to [...]
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