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Learn about Thanksgiving.
Te​aching young children, especially toddlers, about gratitude and giving thanks can be difficult, but Thanksgiving is the perfect time to start.

Apple Picking
Head to a local orchard and let your toddler pick apples.

Fall Foliage Scavenger Hunt
Make a family hike extra fun for toddlers by preparing a fall-inspired scavenger hunt.

Splash at an Indoor Waterpark
Check your area for indoor waterparks (or even just indoor pools) and splash around without worrying about the weather.

Fun Fall Family Activities
Get some fall toddler-approved activities on your calendar.

Cheer on Your Favorite Football Team
Dress your team’s littlest fan for the weather and head out to watch a football game.

Snap Family Photos
Whether you hire a professional photographer or just head to the park with your smartphone, fall is the perfect time to capture your toddler on film.

Trick or Treating on Halloween.
Toddlers and two-year-olds get excited about dressing up for Halloween and going door to door asking for goodies.

Decorate a Pumpkin
Let your toddler get creative using markers, stickers, glue, glitter and paint to decorate a pumpkin.

Visit a petting zoo.
C​ooler temperatures make fall the perfect time to head to your local petting zoo or petting farm.

Pick out a Pumpkin
Local pumpkin patches are typically buzzing with activities this time of year, offering plenty of activities for toddlers.

7 Must-do Holiday Activities with a Toddler
The holidays can be magical, but overwhelming for toddlers. Use this list of 7 low-key activities to entertain your toddler during holidays.

Fourth of July Activities For Toddlers
Teach your child about flags, fireworks, Independence Day, and more with these Fourth of July activities for toddlers.

Gotta Go Now Travel Potty and Trainer Review
Read a review of the Gotta Go Now Travel Potty and Trainer by Safety First for toddlers and young children.

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Pancake Breakfast Recipes for Toddlers
Homemade pancakes don't take that long to make, and you can give your child healthier choices and more variety. Give these recipes a try.

Bringing Up Bébé Book Review
Are French parenting techniques all they're cracked up to be? This Bringing Up Bebe book review sheds light on author Pamela Druckerman's advice.

Celebrating St. Valentine's Day With Toddlers
Find gifts and fun activities to enjoy for Valentine'd Day with toddlers and 2-year-olds.

Breakfast Ideas for Toddlers
Get tips in making breakfast a more nutritious and happy meal for little ones.

Celebrate Grandparents Day With Your Toddler
Grandparents should be appreciated year round, but Grandparents Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate them with these Grandparents Day gift ideas.

How to Get Your Child Past the Fussy Food Stage
Being fussy about food is normal for toddlers and two-year-olds, but by taking these few simple steps early on, you can avoid long-term food issues or picky eating into the preschool years.

How to Get a Toddler to Sleep Alone in His Own Room
Learn how to address toddler sleep concerns and create more consistent bedtime limits, thus ensuring your toddler learns healthy sleep habits.

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How Can I Get My Child to Use the Potty to Poop?
It's not uncommon for toddlers to master peeing on the potty long before they are ready to use the potty for bowel movements.

St. Patrick's Day Activities for Toddlers
Here are some toddler activities you and your child will enjoy this St. Patrick's Day.

Candy-free Halloween Fun for Toddlers
Give some of these candy-free, Halloween-approved activities for toddlers and young children a try.

Toddler Collage - Gluing Techniques for Toddler Collages
Here are some different gluing techniques to use with your toddler when doing collage.

Toddler Fine Motor Skill Development with Collage
Check out our easy and helpful introduction to collage and how to get started doing collage with your toddler.

Toddler Collage - Your Toddler's First Collages
Your toddler's first collages will need to be easy and fun. Don't expect too much in the way of technique and just try to enjoy. Here's how.

Toddler Collage - Paper Techniques for Toddler Collages
Learn how to use paper cutting and tearing techniques in collage to improve your toddler's fine motor skills.

Toddler Collage - Other Art Materials for Toddler Collages
Paper isn't your only option when it comes to making collages with your toddler. Branch out and try other materials like these, too.

How to Make Grilled Cheese - Grilled Cheese Recipe for Kids
Toddlers love grilled cheese sandwiches, so next time you're making one for your little one try one of these delicious grilled cheese recipes for kids

Craft Project Ideas for Toddlers
Fun, easy crafts toddlers can do with parents from window crayon art to homemade playdough, puppet shows, self-portraits, and more.

Booster Chairs for Toddler Meals
Looking for an alternative to the typical high chair? Find booster chairs to make meal time more enjoyable for toddlers and parents.

Spring Cleaning with Toddlers
Get tips on how to effectively and organically clean your home and protect your little children.

Toddler Development From Age 1 through Age 3
Get a look at the milestones you can expect your child to achieve between your child's first and third birthdays.

Christmas Activities for Toddlers
Get your child in on the holiday fun with these Christmas activities for toddlers.

From Crib to Bed - Toddler Transitioning Tips
Tips on how to move your toddler from crib to bed.

From Crib to Bed - Toddler Transitioning Tips
Tips on how to move your toddler from crib to bed.

My Child Won't Go Potty in Public Restrooms
A mom writes in about her daughter who refuses to use a public restroom during potty training. This is a common issue with potential solutions.

Ways to Protect Your Family From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Even though nearly 70 percent of people burn fuel to heat their homes, more than two-thirds don't have carbon monoxide detectors.

Books for Infants and Toddlers
Top Books to read with your infant or young toddler.

Books to Read With Siblings - Big Sister Books for Toddlers
There's a lot on your mind when you're expecting. When a new baby is on the way prepare siblings with these big brother and big sister books.

Tips for Working from Home With a Toddler
Working from home is a huge perk for many parents, but doing it when there's a toddler around can be tough. Here's six tips on how to make it work.

7 Places to Take a Toddler When the Weather Outside is Frightful
Just because there's snow on the ground doesn't mean you can't get out with your toddler. Here are 7 spots to keep in mind.

6 Signs Your Toddler is Ready to Potty Train
Potty training before a toddler is ready can mean the process takes longer. These 6 signs can help you determine if a toddler is ready to potty train.

Changing Your Newborn's Diaper
Step-by-step instructions on how to change a newborn baby's diaper.

Removing Marker Stains - How to Remove Sharpie From Skin
Kids love to color with markers, especially when they color themselves. It's bound to happen. These tips on how to remove Sharpie from skin will help.

Ouch-Free Solutions for Removing Bandaids
There's some simple tricks to make removing bandaids a breeze. And the best part: All you need is a little patience and some common household items.

Toddler Play Dates - Tips for Attending or Hosting
Play dates do more than get you and your child out of the house, they are also an excellent way to build skills, teach etiquette, and have more fun.

Helping Your Toddler Give Up the Bottle
The AAP recommends weaning toddlers off bottles by 18 months, but what is the right way to do that.

Toddler Birthday Party Planning (Themes and Tips)
Plan a fun, no-fuss birthday party for your toddler. These ideas help you get ready for a first birthday, second birthday, or third birthday.

What You Need for Toddlers - Must-Have Gear for The Toddler Years
Find out what you need to be ready for the toddler years, including gear to entertain and teach your young child.

Starting Solids: Baby's First Foods - Toddlers and Twos
Between 4 and 6 months of age, babies are ready to start having a bit of solid food like rice cereal, mashed bananas and pureed carrots.

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A Parent's Practical Guide to the Basics of Co-Sleeping
There is no single best sleeping arrangement that works for all families. Here's a practical guide to co-sleeping that has everything to know.

Q&A: What's Causing My Toddler's Itchy Anus?
Pinworms is one of many possible reasons for your toddler's itchy anus. Learn more causes and get at-home remedies to soothe your little one's bottom.

Should Children Go to Funerals?
Is it appropriate for your toddler to attend a funeral or other memorial service? Learn more about the importance of talking about death with a child.

How to Sterilize Baby Bottles, Nipples and More
Options abound for properly sanitizing your baby's new feeding equipment from boiling to microwaving to using electric and steam baby bottle steamers.

The Correct Serving Size of Vegetables for Toddlers
Figuring out serving sizes for toddlers can be tricky, even when it comes to vegetables. Here's how to ensure your little one is eating enough greens.

5 Tips to Start the Preschool Process
Determining what is best for your toddler when it comes to early childhood education can be daunting. A preschool expert provides tips for parents.

13 Simple Ways to Cook with Your Toddler
Toddlers love to help mom and dad cooking. Cooking with toddlers lays the foundation for valuable life skills and develop healthy eating habits.

Montessori Education for Toddlers
You can incorporate Montessori education into your toddler's everyday life. The approach to learning can be demanding but rewarding too.

Videos of Traditional Singalong Songs for Young Kids
Rediscover fun, traditional kids' songs that you and your child can sing along with. Some picks include video links so you can relearn their lyrics.

How to Keep My Toddler From Taking Off Diaper/Clothes
Advice on what to do when your toddler keeps taking off her diaper and clothing.

How to Make a Bedtime Routine Chart
Encourage a toddler’s compliance by reminding them of the bedtime routine is & reward them when they follow it. Learn how to make a bedtime chart.

How to Address a Minor Trauma in a Toddler's Life
What do you do when a toddler witnesses a minor trauma -- an accident or a scary storm? Use these tips to talk to your toddler about the incident.

6 Sample Toddler Bedtime Routines
A solid bedtime routine can help you ensure your toddler is getting enough sleep – up to 14 hours a day. Here are sample toddler bedtime routines.

How to Make Baby Food at Home - Steps and Tips
Step-by-step instructions on how to prepare baby food for your infant right at home.

Toddler Regression During Potty Training
Answers to your frequently asked questions about potty training. In this answer, find out what to do when your child shows signs of regression.

Can I Use Birth Control Pills While Breastfeeding?
Here's our article on the safety of using the birth control pill or other hormone methods while breastfeeding your baby.

How to Safely Warm Up Baby Oil - Heat Up Baby Oil
Warming baby oil is an easy way to soothe baby after bath time. Read on for tips about heating up baby oil and answers to the dangers of mineral oil.

How to Take Care of Your Perineum After Giving Birth
How to care for your perineum after giving birth to maximize healing, which includes proper cleansing, and watching for hemorrhoids​, pain, and swelling.

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Which Baby Sleeping Positions Are the Safest?
Back is best when it comes to the safest baby sleeping positions for infants. Find out why, and learn more sleep safety tips to prevent SIDS.

What To Do If Your Baby Cries In the Car Seat
Learn ways to cut down on crying, and learn how to make those car trips easier on you and your baby with these car seat tips.

Review of Imaginarium Mountain Rock Train Table
Is the Imaginarium Mountain Rock Train Table worth the price?

Active Toddlers - How Much Play Time Do Kids Need?
Toddlers always want to be on the go, but sometimes it can be hard for parents to find safe activities for little ones. Learn about active play.

Can I Take My Baby or Toddler to the Movies
Is it okay to bring a baby to a movie theater with you? Explore some of the arguments for why you might want to think twice before doing it.

DIY Homemade Gift Ideas - Christmas Gifts Toddlers Can Make
There's nothing as adorable as a handmade craft made by a child. These seven easy Christmas gifts toddlers can make are sure to be hits this holiday.

About Music Together Music Program: Toddler Music Classes
There are endless benefits of exposing your child to music. Enroll in a Music Together music class where they can learn the elements of music.

When Should I Introduce a Spoon to My Toddler?
Minimize the mess of introducing a spoon or fork to your toddler and allow them to develop independent self-feeding skills.

When Can I Give My Child Honey?
Answers the question about giving children honey, including when it's safe and also discusses the safety of corn syrup.

When Can My Toddler Have Cheese?
Introducing new foods to your baby can be a fun and special experience. Learn when your child can start enjoying cheese.

When to Transition From High Chair to Booster Seat
Considering alternatives to the typical high chair? Find out about safety guidelines and how to choose a good booster chair.

Non-Milk Sources of Nutrients for Toddlers
If your child is allergic to milk, it may take a little planning to ensure that your toddler gets enough fat, calcium, vitamin D and other nutrients.

Difference Between Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease & Rotavirus
A reader describes symptoms in her grandchildren and wonders if they might have rotavirus. Learn more.

Should You Take Your Baby to the Movie Theater?
If you're a new parent, you can be a cinephile. It's okay to take your baby to the movie theater. Just follow these baby movie theater etiquette tips.

What You Need to Know About Babies and Peanut Butter
Find out when and how to introduce your infant to peanut butter—and what symptoms to look out for that may signal a peanut allergy.

What Is a Toddler Serving Size of Milk?
Learn how much food constitutes a serving size of milk for your toddler.

How to Get Rid of Your Toddler's Head Lice
Lice is annoying at any stage, but can be especially difficult to deal with when a toddler has it. Learn the steps to take when your toddler has lice.

Rooting Reflex and Other Newborn Reflexes
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Cleaning Sippy Cup Valves and Other Small Items
Moms share their tips for getting all those little sippy cup valves and parts clean and free of mold and crusty goo.

How to Teach Your Child About Wind
Teaching your child about the seasons is easy, but what about other concepts? Teach your toddler about wind with these activities & vocabulary words.

What Do I Do About My Toddler Playing With His Penis?
A parent writes concerned about her toddler son's new habit of playing with his penis frequently. Find out how to deal with this issue.

Why Does My Toddler Like to Strip Naked?
Toddlers seem to have many unusual quirks. Stripping naked in public is just one. But it can be one of the hardest behaviors for a mom to manage. Why do hey do that and what can you do?

10 Ways to Build Attachment With Your Baby
Some may say you're spoiling your baby, but chances are, that's just not true. Follow these tips to build a healthy, secure attachment with them.

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Lynn Girl's Name Meaning
The name Lynn first appeared in the '40s. Today it's more popular as a suffix and middle name than a first name. Check out these 70 Lynn baby names.

Why Isn't My 20-month-old Talking Yet?
Grandparents are wondering why their 20-month-old granddaughter isn't talking yet and wonder if there's something wrong developmentally.

At What Age Do Children Become Toddlers?
What is the definition of a toddler? Opinions about the shift from infancy to toddlerhood vary. Review the debate about what makes a toddler.

Surviving Bedrest Like a Boss (Mom)
Author Megan Kerns explains how she survived bedrest and gives tips for other moms going through the same experience.

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When Can Babies Have Eggs?
Find out when and how to introduce eggs to your baby — and learn what symptoms to look out for that may signal an egg allergy.

When Should Babies Begin To Eat Wheat?
Give rice and oatmeal a try between 4 and 6 months and add mixed cereals containing wheat after those are well tolerated.

Product Review: Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Toy Review
Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes will change the way you take car trips and walks. Your little one will love to independently play with this music toy.

Quick Uncooked Playdough Recipes
Have fun with your toddler with these quick and easy uncooked playdough recipes, from gingerbread playdough to shampoo playdough, and more.​

How to Get Play Dough out of Hair
Play dough is such a popular plaything, but what happens when it gets stuck in hair? Learn how to get play dough out of hair and furniture.

Are Crib Tents Safe? - Crib Tent Alternatives
If your child isn't ready for a bed, you might want a crib tent. But do you really need one? Read on for pros, cons and crib tent alternatives.

5 Apps for the Traveling Toddler
Whether you're gearing up for a road trip or boarding a plane, these apps offer educational options perfect for engaging your traveling toddler.

The Signs of Magical Thinking in Children
Magical thinking is a psychological process children start practicing as toddlers. It leads them to think their actions influence the outside world.

Kids Dramatic Play Definition
Watching toddlers and 2-year-olds engage in imaginative games on their own is fascinating. Find out more about the benefits of dramatic play.

Early Learning Concepts Your Preschoolers Should Know
Recognizing numbers, colors and letters are among the early learning concepts toddlers, or children between the ages of 1 and 3, should know.

Educational Gifts for Toddlers and 2 Year Olds
Find the best picks for educational gifts for toddlers and 2 year olds.

Indoor Physical Activities for Toddlers
Toddlers need half an hour each day of structured physical activities. Here are some indoor physical activities you can do at home with your toddler.

How to Make Ivory Soap Flakes
Many kids crafts & activities call for Ivory soap flakes. Since they're hard to find in stores make your own soap flakes following this simple recipe.

Toddler Crafts Inspired by Nature
Help little ones learn about nature through crafts.

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Is It Okay For a Child to Urinate In Public?
Sometimes little kids have an emergency and need to go NOW, but does that mean it's okay for them to urinate in public?

Learn to Potty Train Children in Only Three Days
As child development experts increasingly recommend three-day potty training, parents are wondering if that's enough time to toilet train children.

Why Is My Toddler Not Peeing on the Potty?
A reader gets advice on what to do when her toddler begs for a diaper and will not pee on the potty.

Which Words Should Parents Use During Potty Training?
While potty training tots, parents often wonder if they should use technically correct words like bowel movement and urine or words like poop and pee?

The Best Way for Parents to Handle a Whiny Baby or Tot
Parents never enjoy dealing with a whiny baby or toddler. Learn what causes whining, how it differs from whining in older children and how to stop it.

Transition to the Toddler Bed: Answers to 7 Common Questions
For toddlers, transitioning from a crib to a big kid bed means new rules, freedoms and routines. Find answers to questions about this transition.

Snoring in Toddlers and Young Children
Snoring may seem harmless and even a bit funny in toddlers, but here's how consistent snoring may have a negative impact on your child's long-term health.

Potty Training 101 - Train Every Type of Child
There is no magic solution to potty training your child. What works for one toddler will not work for the next. Get advice that can help you support a child ate every stage of development and meet any special needs.

Warning Signs of a Toddler Language Development Delay
Ask yourself these questions when considering whether your toddler could have a problem with her language development.

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Should Parents Use Potty Training Rewards With Tots?
Learn about the pros and cons of using potty training rewards with your toddler with this review of the practice and list of tips for parents.

How to Set Up a Safe, Secure Space for Toddlers
You can take care of small chores if you set up a secure play area where your toddler can explore safely and learn to play independently.

Bedtime Meltdowns: Getting Your Toddler to Sleep
Getting your toddler to sleep isn't always easy, but with some patience and strength, you can ease them into a good, sound slumber.

One Step Ahead Sand and Water Table Review
The ideal sand and water table is safe, durable, and guaranteed to entertain and engage young kids for long stretches. We review the table from One Step.

Pull-Ups or Underwear? Potty Training for Toddlers
Learn how to determine whether you will use disposable training pants like Pull-Ups or go straight to regular cotton underwear when potty training.

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Baby Photo Gallery - Pictures of 2-Month-Old Babies
Check out this gallery of photographs of readers' lovely babies all around the 2-months-old range.

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Baby Photo Gallery - Pictures of 4-Month-Old Babies
Peruse this photo gallery of baby photos from our readers. The babies are all around the age of 4 months in these images.

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Baby Photo Gallery - Pictures of 5-Month-Old Babies
See this reader-submitted gallery of pictures of their children at approximately 5 months old.

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Gender-Neutral Birthday Party Favors for Toddlers
Six gender-neutral party favors that toddlers will love.

Toddler Approved: 4 Simple Ways to Celebrate Easter with Your Toddler
Here are four easy Easter activities and crafts you can do with your toddler.

Baby and Toddler Growth Charts
Use these growth charts for babies and toddlers to record and monitor your child's physical development.

7 Ways to Keep You Toddler Busy While Riding in a Stroller
Seven ways to keep your toddler busy while riding in a stroller.

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5 Ways to Make Bath Time Fun for Toddlers
There are plenty of ways to make a toddler's bath time both relaxing and fun. Here are five ways to get you started.

Should You Request “No Gifts Please” for Your Toddler's Birthday Party?
How do you ask for “no gifts please” without wreaking havoc on everything everyone has ever known about toddler birthday parties? Here are some tips.

Places for Free and Cheap Summer Fun With Your Toddler
Summer has arrived — you and your toddler are thrilled to get out of the house. Use these tips to find free and cheap toddler-approved entertainment.

5 New Year's Resolutions for Parents of Toddlers
Get ready for a new year of parenting your toddler with these five resolutions.

10 Must-have Carry-on Items for the Traveling Toddler
Here is a list of 10 things you should bring for a toddler when traveling on a plane, all of which should fit in a small roller bag.

7 Signs of a Good Daycare
How do you know if you're sending your toddler to a quality daycare? For starters, look for these seven signs.

Tips for Surviving a Vacation with a Toddler
How to survive a vacation with a toddler, including staying in a hotel with a toddler and finding a babysitter while on vacation.

7 Tips for Managing a Clingy Toddler
Research suggests that a young child clingy behavior toward mom and dad is actually a good sign, but it can still be hard to manage it as a parent.

7 Ways to Manage a Toddler While Caring for an Infant
Caring for two young kids is exhausting. For parents, particularly moms, here are seven tips for managing a toddler while caring for an infant.

6 Reasons Daycare is Good for Toddlers (and Parents)
Not sure if daycare is right for your family? Here are six reasons why daycare can be beneficial for toddlers, as well as for parents.

8 Ways to Celebrate New Year's Eve with a Toddler
Eight easy ways to celebrate New Year's Eve with toddlers.

6 Winter Sports to Try with Your Toddler
Don't keep your toddler cooped up in the house all winter long. Winter sports are a great way to get your toddler outside and active this season.

Is a Home Daycare Right for Your Toddler?
If you're considering a home daycare for your toddler, here are six signs you should look for.

8 Tips for Trick-or-Treating with a Toddler
Use these trick-or-treat tips to ensure a safe, happy and meltdown-free Halloween for your toddler.

7 Outdoor Toddler Activities You Can Bring Inside
If you’re lacking the craft gene or just want to make sure you have a arsenal of cold or rainy weather toddler tricks up your sleeve, try bringing these traditional outdoor activities inside.

Gross Motor Skills (and More) for 3 Year Olds
Developmental milestones abound! Find out which gross and fine motor, social, cognitive, and verbal skills you can expect your 3-year-old to master.

Moving Day: How to Ease the Transition for Toddlers
Tips and tricks about how to prepare your toddler for a move from a moving expert.

Sleep-training an Infant with a Toddler in the Mix
How do you keep your toddler asleep while your infant is bawling next door? Try these tactics for sleep training an infant without waking a toddler.

Where to Find Reasonably-priced Toddler Clothing
Your toddler’s ever-changing wardrobe adds up, which is why it pays to find reasonably-priced clothing. Here are five places to start the search.

How to Take Great Fall Photos of Your Toddler
Pumpkin patches, apple picking, hayrides and Halloween all present great photo ops. Here are tips for taking shareable pictures of your toddler.

Toddler Valentine's crafts
Simple, easy-to-make crafts you can make with your toddler on Valentine's Day.

Tips for More Screen-free Time
For children 2 and up, the AAP recommends no more than 1 to 2 hours of screen time a day. Try these four tactics to limit your child's screen time.

8 Ways to Promote Sharing at Your Next Toddler Playdate
Toddlers aren't developmentally ready to share, but here are some steps you can take to make to ensure smooth toddler playdate and promote sharing.

Toddler Chores that are Actually Helpful
Toddlers love being helpful, so let them get in on household tasks by giving them easy, age-appropriate chores to do to help mom and dad with.

7 Ways to Entertain a Toddler on Thanksgiving
Use these activities and ideas to keep your toddler busy and out of the kitchen on Thanksgiving. Here are seven ideas to get help you plan your day.

How to Get Your Toddler Out the Door Faster
You’re running late, but your toddler isn't cooperating. These five strategies can help you and your toddler get out the door faster.

Yoga for Toddlers
Yoga for toddlers isn't quite as calm as your typical yoga class, but the benefits are the same.

Foreign Language
If you're hopeful that your toddler will master a second language, you might want to consider a parent and tot foreign language class.

Tot Tumbling for Toddlers
Local gymnastics clubs as well as recreation centers and park districts offer tot tumbling to children ages 2 and up.

Creative Movement for Toddlers
Creative movement classes focus on letting toddlers move their bodies without any special shoes or equipment required.

Zoo Classes for Toddlers
Zoos across the country offer classes specifically for the toddler set.

Music Class for Toddlers
Toddlers love to sing silly songs, dance, and try out instruments in music class.

Art Classes for Toddlers
Your toddler will make masterpieces at toddler art classes.

Sports Skills Classes for Toddlers
General sports skills classes help toddlers build coordination with opportunities to work on fundamental skills for sports like basketball, baseball, soccer and more.

Soccer Classes for Toddlers
Starting as young as 18 months, soccer classes for toddlers teach basic skills like kicking while incorporating fun obstacle courses, songs, bubbles and parachute time.

5 Tips for a Fun & Easy Toddler Birthday Party
Most parents don’t have the time to plan a Pinterest-perfect toddler birthday party. Here's how to simplify the party, while making it a special day.

Tips for Surviving a Road Trip with a Toddler
Being cooped up in a carseat all day can make for an unhappy toddler. Use these tips to ensure a smooth ride on your family's next road trip.

The Best Classes for Toddlers
Classes for toddlers add structure to the day and teach important skills.

Tips for Taking Your Toddler to a Restaurant
Bringing a toddler to restaurants tends to be stressful. Avoid potential pitfalls and dine out with your toddler and your sanity using these tips.

Weekend Away: What You Need to Tell a Toddler's Overnight Babysitter
Ready to recharge with a weekend away from your toddler? Use this list of 10 items to ensure you’ve covered all the bases with your overnight sitter.

DIY Dolly Big Kid Pants for Toddlers
How to make diapers (or big kid pants) for your toddlers dolls.

Bat Mobile
The coolest toddler ride on ever -- a Bat Mobile you can make yourself

Busy Board
The perfect busy board for toddlers is one with REAL latches, hooks and gizmos -- so make it yourself!

DIY Gifts for Toddlers - Chalboard Travel Desk
Discover DIY projects that make the perfect presents for little ones.

Make Your Own a Sand and Water Table for Kids
Build your own sand and water table that will last for years to come.

Easy to Build Toddler Bed
Find out how to build your own baby doll furniture.

A Day at the Beach: 5 Tips for Your Toddler’s Beach Outing
Planning and preparation help ensure successful beach day with toddlers. Use these tips to make sure you’re ready to take your toddler to the beach.

Tips for Traveling with a Carsick Toddler
A road trip with a toddler who gets carsick can be hard. But, you can help manage a toddler’s motion sickness. Use tips before your next trip.

Enjoying the Beach With Toddlers
Discover fun, safe ways to enjoy the beach with your little one.

Review Stearns Puddle Jumper
Be safe with young children at the beach or pool with this Stearns Puddle Jumper life vest.

Treating a Toddler's Cold
How you can help a toddler or young child deal with a cold, and what can you safely use to treat symptoms.

18-Month-Old Fine Motor Skills
By you child's first birthday, he'll have significantly better dexterity, allowing him to feed himself, manipulate objects, and start scribbling.

Social Skills That Children Develop by Age 18 Months
Around eighteen months, you may experience your toddler may present his first full out tantrum. It's normal and part of the process of developing social skills.

Potty Training Checklist - How to Potty Train Your Child
If you're dying the ditch the diapers and potty train your child, make sure they're ready. This potty training checklist will determine the right time.

What You Can Expect Kids to Learn by 18 Months
Toddlers develop at their own pace, but they often reach common motor, social, cognitive, and verbal milestones by the time they're 18 months old.

18-month-Old Gross Motor Skills
Halfway through your child's second year, your child will fight for more Independence and will look to do more physical activities and tasks on his own.

18-Month-Old Cognitive Skills
As your child begins to understand more about the world around him, he'll build independence and try to imitate you.

18-Month-Old Verbal Skills
By 18 months old, your child will be more social and better able to communicate using inflection, body language and a few words.

Costumes Accessories for Young Kids
Create great Halloween costumes or provide hours of dress-up time inspiration with these basic costume accessories and extras.

Fathers' Day Crafts for Toddlers
Find crafts projects for Fathers' Day that you can enjoy with toddlers and two-year-olds.

Electrolyte Replacement Drink - Pedialyte Alternative
When your child is sick, your health care provider may recommend an electrolyte replacement drink like Pedialyte or Gatorade. This alternative recipe can be made at home for less money and with ingredients you control — so no dyes if you don't want them.

Teach Your Toddler About Physical Activities
A weekly activity plan for toddlers on movement and physical activities. Read suggestions for the week, weekend, and more.

When Will My Toddler Start Walking?
What's normal when your toddler is learning to walk.

Child Will Not Use the Potty at Day Care
How do you handle a situation in which a toddler won't use the potty at day care or school? Consider what might be causing the refusal and then try these strategies to help your child progress.

1-Year-Old Gross Motor Skills
Around 12 months of age, your child will begin to stand on her own and may be able to take a few steps.

1-Year-Old Fine Motor Skills
By you child's first birthday, he'll have significantly better dexterity, allowing him to feed himself, manipulate objects, and start scribbling.

1-Year-Old Cognitive Skills
As your child begins to understand more about the world around him, he'll build independence and try to imitate you.

1-Year-Old Verbal Skills
By 12 months old, your child will understand a significant number of words and may begin to start imitating words you say.

Social Skills That Children Develop by Age 1
A one-year-old's temperament can swing from shy and anxious to boisterous and adventurous. That's perfectly normal as are other social milestones at this point.

1-Year-Old Motor, Cognitive, Verbal, and Social Skills
Babies develop at their own pace, but here are the common motor, social, cognitive, and verbal skills you can expect to see in a one-year-old child.

Discipline Tips for Young Children
Help guide your child's behavior and avoid meltdowns and problems by using these key rules for disciplining young children.

The Toddler Years - Parenting Books Just For You
From medical information to practical advice, here is a list of the best parenting books to help you survive the toddler years with a smile.

10 Potty Training Books for Toddlers
Potty training is difficult, but these potty training books for toddlers, including classics like

5 Great Baby Care Books - Baby Care Books You Need
Expectant parents receive a lot of advice, but these baby care books cut right to the chase. Learn parenting techniques, what products to buy and more.

The Importance of Play - Ways Toddlers Play & Learn
Play is an essential part of your child's development. How children play varies by age and stages of development. These are 5 important types of play.​

Making Bubble Wands From Household Items
How to make bubble wands with common household items, from wire hangers to pipe cleaners, and what to use for bubble solution containers.

When to Worry About Your Child's Speech Delay
Every child develops at his or her own pace, but how do you know if your child's speech delay is something to be concerned about?

Exploring Movement with Dance for Toddlers
Toddlers feel music in ways it seems some of us adults have forgotten. They use their bodies to express emotion and explore the ways their bodies can move.

Take a Hike: How to Bring Your Toddler Out on the Trails
Tips for taking your toddler on a hike. Hiking can help combat the negative side effects of too much screen time, and is healthy for toddlers.

How the Complexity of Functional Play Benefits Children
As toddlers and preschoolers explore objects around them and learn how to use them for entertainment, they participate in functional play.​

Little Playzone - Safe Play Pen for Toddlers and Kids
The Little Playzone is the answer to out-dated playpens, allowing toddlers and even preschoolers to have a safe play space and enjoy some independence.

Infant Potty Training or Elimination Communication
While infant potty training isn't the same as starting potty training early, some parents are able to avoid diapers almost completely by using this method.

Infant Potty Training Signs
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How to Childproof Your Home With These Products
Childproofing your home is essential. These baby proofing products, including knob covers and childproof​ coffee table covers, will keep baby safe.

Musical Instruments You Can Make at Home
Here are a variety of musical instruments you can make at home for your toddlers and preschoolers, from bean shakers to a kazoo.

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How to Make Your Own Oatmeal Bath
A homemade oatmeal bath is a simple and inexpensive solution to soothe diaper rashes, eczema, dry skin, and other common pediatric skin conditions.

When Your Child Should Stop Using Diapers
A reader asks about her toddler refusing to use the potty and learns that his unrestricted access to diapers might be part of the problem.

Will My Baby Choke During Sleep if I Put Him on His Back?
A parents questions putting a baby to sleep on his back and wonders if the baby might choke if he spits up or vomits in the night.

When Can My Newborn Go Outside?
Learn when it's okay to take your newborn or young baby outside. Dressing for the weather, and sun protection are important for newborns.

Should You Be Concerned About Toddler Obesity?
Could your toddler be overweight or obese? Learn from an expert how you can take control of your toddler's healthy eating and activity habits.

Alternatives to Toddler Paint Brushes
Painting stimulates your toddler's creativity. Think beyond the brush. Use one of these 50 things your toddler can use to paint other than a brush.

Why Your Child Should Be Playing Balls
There are the developmental benefits of playing balls, including improved motor skills. Also, read about the best balls for toddlers.

Why Can't Your Baby Sleep Through the Night?
Find out what is keeping your baby from sleeping through the night and learn effective ways to handle this common problem.

How Can I Keep my Child in Her Crib at Night?
Armin Brott offers strategies for toddlers who have learned to climb out of their cribs at night, and how to keep your toddlers safe in their crib.

Getting Pregnant with the Mini-Pill and Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding but still worried you might get pregnant? Here's our look at how that could happen, as well as some tips for preventing it.

Discipline Your Toddler Using Ignoring
Discipline your toddler using the method of ignoring.

Different Approaches to Disciplining Your Toddler
There is no one-size-fits-all method of discipline for toddlers. The more discipline tools you have at your disposal the better. Here are some of the most effective ways to discipline your toddler.

Can a Temper Tantrum Be Harmful to My Toddler?
If your toddler throws temper tantrums you may wonder if he could cause harm to himself either accidentally or intentionally. Learn more.

When You Should Put Your Baby in a Bathtub
When does baby outgrow their baby bath? Once baby can sit up, they're ready for the tub. Follow these tips to transition from baby bath to bathtub.

Can My Toddler Use Play Dough? - Play Doh Age Recommendation
You enjoyed playing with play dough as a kid and now your child can too. But is it safe? Read on for Play Doh age recommendations, safety tips & more.

How to Road Trip With a Toddler
Taking a road trip with a toddler doesn't have to be a nightmare. Follow these dos and don'ts of toddler road trips to keep your sanity intact.

How to Road Trip With a Toddler
Taking a road trip with a toddler doesn't have to be a nightmare. Follow these dos and don'ts of toddler road trips to keep your sanity intact.

Easy Recipe for Alum Playdough
Playdough is so simple, but full of benefits. This DIY no cook playdough recipe with alum is easy and safe to make, so your toddler can help.

Make Your Own Playdough - Activities with Toddlers
Have indoor fun with your toddler with these playdough recipes that you can make right at home.

4 Ways to Enjoy Playing with Play-Doh with Toddlers
There are hundreds of ways to delight toddlers with Play-Doh while simultaneously stimulating brain development, motor skills, and tactile sensation.

7 Play Dough Games - Play Doh Sets for Boys & Girls
Little ones love play dough, but it can be a lot more stimulating to use play dough games. Check out these 7 Play Doh sets for boys and girls.

Skills Your Toddler Will Learn by Age 2
Learn about motor, social, cognitive, and verbal skills that you can expect your child to master around his second birthday.

2-Year-Old Cognitive Skills
Your child will begin to play imaginative make-believe games as he turns two and will make amazing strides in cognitive development.

Social Skills That Children Develop by Age 2
Two-year olds are egocentric but will begin to interact with other children as his social and emotional skills begin to develop.

2-Year-Old Gross Motor Skills - Toddler Health
By age 2, your child will master new motor skills such as running, walking up stairs, and kicking a ball.

2-Year-Old Fine Motor Skills - Toddler Health
By two years old, your child will begin better control of fine motor skills such as stacking blocks, scribbling, and molding playdough.

2-Year-Old Verbal Skills
By age 2, your child will develop more advanced verbal skills such as being able to follow commands and speak in full sentences. Learn what to expect during this monumental year.

Toddler Outdoor Physical Activities
Toddlers need half an hour each day of structured physical activities. Here are some outdoor physical activities you can do with your toddler.

Do I Have to Warm My Baby's Food?
Answers to frequently asked questions about nutrition and feeding. In this answer, find out about heating baby food versus serving it cold.

How Do I Handle Potty Training While Out?
When you're out and about, chances are, your child will have to use the potty at some point. Here's how you can be prepared.

Treating Diaper Rash in Your Baby or Toddler
These diaper rash remedies will give you options. Some remedies are all natural and organic, while others are commercial concoctions.

Homemade Paint Recipes for Kids
Have fun with your child using these paint recipes using items you probably already have at home.

Quick Tips to Soothe Toddler's Chapped Lips
Battling with your toddler's chapped lips can be an exercise in frustration. Luckily, with a few simple steps you can treat and prevent dry or cracked lips.

Your Essential Potty Training Gear Guide
Ready to ditch the diapers? Arm yourself with the equipment you'll need for potty success. Here's your list of essential potty training items.

Potty Training: What To Avoid
It's important to make sure your toddler feels supported and that you uphold a positive atmosphere in order to achieve success. Here are some things to avoid.

How Moms Manage a Toddler's Public Tantrums
Real advice from real moms on how to handle a public toddler temper tantrum.

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How to Have a Happy Marriage When You're Busy Parenting
Sometimes when you have children, the relationship with your significant other can take a back seat. Here are some ways to make sure this relationship remains strong (or grows stronger) and still have time for the kids.

Toys That Help Toddlers Learning to Walk
Toddler walkers can help a toddler learn to pull up, give them increased stability when learning to walk, and help them practice skills like coordination.

Learn About Newborn Reflexes and Testing Them Yourself
Babies have a robust system of reflexes present from birth. Learn more about these newborn reflexes.

Toothbrushes Made Just for Toddlers
Here's our list of the best toothbrushes that are proportioned just right for your toddler's smaller mouth and hands.

Valentine's Day Gifts for Moms
If you're looking for a sweet gift that the kids can get Mom this year, here are some great picks that will show just how much you love her.

Basic First Aid Kit Items (10 Essentials)
When putting together a basic first aid kit for travel, picnics or other outings, here are 10 items you'll want to have on hand.

Managing Toddler Climbing and Safety Tips
Toddlers don't like to be still long, but some two-year-olds are wired to climb everything in their path. Here are tips to help keep your toddler safe.

What Kids Learn by Playing With Dolls and Figures
Here's our look at how children can benefit from the social-emotional skills, role-playing, and nurturing that playing with dolls and figures can help develop.

LEGO Duplo Building Sets for Fun and Skill Development
Blocks are an excellent toy for young children, and the makers of LEGOs outdid themselves by creating these click-together brick blocks for toddlers to 5-year-olds.

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Regular Naps Improve Baby's Nighttime Sleep
Find out what studies say about regular napping and improved sleep for your baby.

Toddler Bedtime Tips
Learn how to plan your toddler's bedtime so that he wakes up feeling rested and gets the sleep he needs for the best health, behavior and mood.

My Toddler Goes Potty at Day Care but Not at Home
A reader asks why her toddler will go potty at day care but won't go at home. Learn how to get your toddler to go potty at home when she only goes at day care.

Reasons Your Toddler Won't Use the Potty
A reader asks about her toddler refusing to use the potty and learns that there are lots of reasons why her child might be afraid or apprehensive about going.

Parents' Guide to Pull-Ups Training Pants for Toddlers
Here's our overview of what Pull-Ups are, including different varieties and how parents use them with their toddlers.

How Do I Deal with a Jealous Sibling?
Learn how to help your older child deal with feelings of jealousy when a new baby comes into your family.

Baby's Diet: Introducing Soy and Other Solids
Soy is a common food allergy. Learn when you can safely introduce soy into your baby's diet when starting solids.

Foods to Avoid to Prevent Toddlers From Choking
Here is a list of foods to avoid giving your child because they pose a choking hazard.

Is My Baby Ready to Drink From a Cup?
Soon after you introduce solid food to your baby, you may start wondering when to introduce the cup. Learn when and how to get your baby drinking on her own and what fluids are best.

Facts and Safety for Painting Toddlers' Nails
Is it safe to paint a toddler's nails? Get the facts on this beauty trend before you try it out.

When Can a Toddler Start Giving Up Naps?
Learn how to handle things when your toddler seems to be less in need of or willing to nap.

When Can My Toddler Have Yogurt?
There can be conflicting information about when to start some foods. Learn when your child can start enjoying yogurt.

When Can My Child Start Walking Up Stairs?
Your child using the stairs is one of those firsts that may fill you with anxiety. Learn more about when children typically begin walking up stairs.