Category Archives: Toddlers

Preparing Your Child to Become an Older Sibling

How should I introduce my child to their new sibling? This is one of the most common questions parents have when expecting another baby. It gets easier when there are already siblings in the family, but it can be a bit trickier if there’s been an only child to take care of so far. Consider yourself […]

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Tips for Stimulating Your Child’s Mind

The brain development that occurs in the first three years of a child’s life plays a crucial role in their overall growth, contributing significantly to their thinking, learning and problem-solving skills. As a parent or caregiver, it’s only natural to want to ensure you’re doing everything you can to make the most of this rich […]

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How to Introduce Foods to a Picky Eater

Picky eating is extremely common in young children. This can be frustrating for parents who want to ensure their children are getting a balanced diet. When a child refuses to eat a food and steadfastly says no to so many of the items you put in front of them, it’s understandable for the first instinct […]

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How to Teach Toddlers Responsibility

It’s common knowledge that responsible kids are healthier, happier kids. It’s never too early to teach toddlers how to live responsibly—but how should you reinforce positive behaviors for toddlers so that they can take responsibility for their choices and their impact on the world? Read on to discover the four most helpful tips that allow […]

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Four Tips for Building Resilience in Children

Many parents have kids who suffer from children’s anxiety. Developing resilience is crucial during a child’s formative years, providing them with the coping skills they need to respond to stress and anxiety in a healthy way. Luckily, kids of all ages can build resilience over time. By changing the inner wiring of the brain through […]

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