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What an amazing time of growth and development for your child! It's time to start the countdown toward experiencing some pretty big milestones, like saying goodbye to all those diapers and your baby’s crib! There will be tears and tantrums, but there will also be plenty of giggles and grins. Please browse the topics below for informational articles, advice, helpful tools, child development videos, and more!

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When Should Boys and Girls No Longer Share a Bedroom?

There is an informal debate over whether or not opposite-sexed siblings should be allowed to share a bedroom and, if so, for how long. There are as many opinions on this topic as t ... More


EverydayKids Product Recalls -- February 2015

Toddler Product Recalls – February 2015 We all know the importance of staying informed of product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones but staying on top ... More


EverydayKid Product Recalls – October 2016

We all know the importance of staying informed about product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones, but staying on top of things can be a bit overwhelming. Let u ... More

How To Take Your Toddler to the Movies in 36 Easy Steps

Remember what going to the movies was like pre-kids? Just two simple steps: ...
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Simple DIY: Color Matching Fine Motor Game

Perfect for young toddlers to work on their color matching and fine motor skills! This ...
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Preschool Readiness: What Age is the Best Age for Preschool?

Many parents reach out to me with concerns about preschool at the beginning of a new ...
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Check Out These Parent Recommended Potty Training Products

The prospect of leaving the house without a diaper bag, breezing right past the diaper ...
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Should Your Toddler Be Taking a Daily Vitamin?

From the toddler who seemingly only eats white bread to those that skip lunch every other ...
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8 Top Picks of Favorite Books for Toddlers

Emilie Buchwald famously said, “Children are made readers on the laps of their ...
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