Recognize and avoid this common toddler pulling injury.
Preschool bullying isn't readily noticed. Here's how to recognize it and what you can do.
It’s easy to encourage a love of music in a young kid. Here are tips from children’s musician Marnie Grey and MetroKids readers.
Wait until your child fully outgrows the seat, says the American Academy of Pediatrics, which also advises to keep kids in the back seat until age 13.
As their imaginations grow, so can toddlers' fears. Here's how to help, including a book list.
If your child is still sucking his thumb at age 5, social consequences and dental problems become concerns.
As natural explorers, toddlers are injury magnets. A recent study found that childhood injuries peak at 15 to 17 months of age. To keep your fearless adventurer safe and sound, use these toddler-proofing tactics.
Here's how to appreciate your child's masterpieces without hanging every scribble on the fridge.
When you decide the time's right, here's a strategy to break a toddler's pacifier habit.
There are no "official rules" for play dates. These tips will help parents form their own guidelines.
To get a toddler to do as you'd like, you often need creative thinking. Try these five tips
How can a parent discourage unnecessary tattling, yet encourage a child to "tell" when real harm can be done?