Chore Chart for Preschoolers: Free Printable

Here is a preschooler Chores Chart I created today for my daughter. I have to remind her every day to do her daily chores so I thought why not create a chart that will help her do it on her own. So I created this chart with pictures in it so that it is easy […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Potty Training

Our children go through many stages during their development. One of the most important and life-changing events of a child’s life is when they get out of diapers. Today we are going to discuss everything you need to know about this difficult time; knowing when your child is ready, how to help your child through […]

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Survive the Toddler Years – Tantrums, Tolerance and Tough Love

They are called the “terrible twos” for a reason. As your child makes the transition from baby to toddler, you may begin to wonder what happened to your sweet little baby and who is this monster that has replaced her. Before you start looking up contact information for local exorcists, rest assured that temper tantrums […]

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At What Age Can My Child Brush His Teeth Alone?

A healthy dental routine starts as soon as your baby sprouts his or her first tooth. Your dental hygiene routine might have started by cleaning your baby’s early teeth and gums with a washcloth. As your baby develops into a child with a full set of teeth, your dental routine with your little one changes […]

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Teach Your Toddler To Be Polite

Toddlers aren’t always polite. In fact, once your baby grows up a little and becomes an opinionated toddler with a personality of his own, there will be times when you will feel uncomfortable and embarrassed by some of the things he says. Asking you why the man in the supermarket is so fat, or why […]

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Kitchen Safety Tips for Parents

As a parent I face a very common dilemma. I want my daughter to learn and to grow yet I want to keep her safe. My daughter isn’t a toddler anymore, in fact she has recently turned ten and has become increasingly into cooking after the last few months.  While cooking is something I believe […]

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Toddler’s Creed: No

NO! That is the most common word of my toddler’s vocabulary when she turned two. Now that she is going to be three next month, this is still a predominant word of her lingua franca. I think these lines can best describe a toddler. The Toddler’s Creed If it is on, I must turn it […]

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How to Get Your Toddler Eat

Making a toddler to eat who is already fussy about eating is the most difficult task if not impossible. He may not like to eat what you have cooked for him or he may not want to eat at the time you want him to. He can also refuse to eat anything at all. This […]

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Teaching Your Toddler to Clean Up

Toddlers like to play and make a mess out of their toys. As a work at home mom, I already have so many things on my plate. So what should I do to clean the mess my toddler has made of her playthings while playing? Do I have to pick things up and clean after […]

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Five Simple Ways to Help Your Preschooler Learn Responsibility

It’s never too early to start teaching your child how to be a responsible person. In fact, getting an early start makes it second nature for your child to do their share, show respect and be mindful of the needs of those around them. As long as you have age-appropriate expectations, your child will thrive […]

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