mommy of: Jayce Adriel
Age:a year and a half
I have myself a little man on my hands. i dont consider him little boy, just my little man. it's too funny to see how he's so sure of things. For an example, for me to get him to settle for a little, just 20 minutes, so i can get some cleaning done i pop in Tarzan 2 (with zugore), which is his favorite movie. he will find his little chair plop it right in front of the TV and sit and watch it. move his little shoulders and…Continue
It's probably happened to you at least a few times in your life: You're stressed or sad or lonely, and to help yourself feel better, you head to the kitchen and grab another bowl of ice cream/candy bar/bag of chips. It's called self-soothing, and starting during late childhood, it's something some of us do a lot. People…Continue
Back in July, "Dr.Oz" reported the results of tests showing alarmingly high levels of arsenic in some apple juice, including Motts. Back then, the FDA responded y saying that the type of arsenic in juices - organic arsenic - is harmless. But in its Jan 2012 issue, Consumer Reports is…Continue
My daughter turns two at the beginning of November and we would like to start potty training her pretty soon. However, she is very, very afraid of the potty. I think it is the flushing that scares her to death since she says, "Flush it?! Flush it?!" and then runs in the opposite direction whenever we flush it. What should I do to encourage her to use the potty (starting with the little potty) without traumatizing her? -Jamie
First of all, your almost…Continue
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Ah, the art of negotiation. It fosters heavy communication. It helps create debate. It's the drive that helps us develop our skills to survive as human beings.
And its my toddler's way of making me pull my hair out.
He's a smart little cookie, that toddler of mine. At 3 and 1/2 he has learned that his talking skills and asking questions skills have prepped him for wearing us down.
I think I have mad patience. I can stand up strong to him and look down at those sweet…Continue
Sharing some LOLz with the baby can boost brain power. A recent study says joking and pretending with toddlers can build life skills.
The research by the Economic and Social Research Council found that when parents are joking or pretending, they send their toddlers verbal and physical cues to help them understand that they are kidding around, and in what way. When you're joking with your tot,…Continue
A toddler lagging in the language department may not be a cause for concern. A new study says late talkers show no increased risk of behavioral or emotional problems later in life.
Researchers at the University of Western Australia studied nearly 1,300 children, starting when they were 2 years old up until they were 17. Children who were considered late talkers did…Continue
It's been more than three months since a massive earthquake and tsunami hit Japan - so long, you've probably forgotten the Japanese families who are still trying to rebuild their lives. Not so the 56 top food bloggers and cookbook writers who've been busy making a…Continue
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