Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

Even before you have a baby, you're likely to bombarded with information and advice about infant sleep. Some myths are true. But many myths are better ignored.   ...

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I get a lot of requests for help from parents of 2 to 3-year-old children. Whether the request comes in email or phone call form, it always starts the same way: "My toddler ...

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When Night Terrors Strike

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 by from Baby Steps

One of the cruel ironies of parenthood is that sleeping through the night doesn’t actually happen the moment your child no longer requires frequent feedings. It’s the ...

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If you’re a new parent who’s struggling to figure out how to reconcile your pre-baby ideas about what parenthood would be like and what parenthood is actually like, check ...

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When my son was a toddler, he decided that all of his tags had to go. Tags were itchy and bothersome, and he had no time for itchy and bothersome. ...

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I work with a lot of kids, and they come to me for a variety of reasons. I enjoy each and every one of them, but if I'm being completely honest, I really enjoy working with ...

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Playdates are a staple for the after-school set, but babies and toddlers can have playdates too! Granted, these types of playdates tend to be scheduled to give caregivers a ...

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Developing a consistent routine for children can be a challenge even under the best circumstances. When you account for age, various activities, homework, and maybe even ...

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I am normally someone who follows the advice of people of authority without question (within reason!). I figure they're the expert, they obviously ...

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Have you ever had to stand back, feeling completely helpless, while your child struggled with something very difficult that didn't result in success? I have. My daughter is a ...

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