“What are you going to tell Ben about this when he grows up?” my friend asks, horrified by our situation and the potential psychological damage it might inflict on our two-year-old son.
When my daughter, Scotia, was a baby, I couldn’t take a bathroom break without her crying inconsolably outside the door.
THE SQUAT: Holding your baby over your shoulder with both hands, stand with your feet hip width apart and have your shoulders above your hips.
Kids today have a different relationship with computers and the Internet then their adult counterparts.
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The importance of art in your child's education and tips for incorporating art into their learning.