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"Not to know is bad, not to wish to know is worse." Nigerian Proverb

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Brain Wonders - Zero To Three Magic of Everyday Moments

Brain Wonders - Zero To Three Magic of Everyday Moments

Thousands of Toddlers Are Medicated for A.D.H.D., Report Finds, Raising Worries -


How Advertising Targets Our Children. Endless Barrage of Hard Sell -

Having a baby is a wonderful journey. It is filled with unexpected joys, moments of laughter, pride and boundless love. But what happens if something goes wrong?

Psychologists Uncover Hidden Signals of Trust—Using a Robot. What body language indicates as "trustworthy"?

Psychologists Uncover Hidden Signals of Trust—Using a Robot

The end of spanking? - The Washington Post “Most spanking happens when our blood is boiling and we react,” he said. “Once you calm down, most reasonable people don’t want to resolve a problem by striking someone.”

The Period of PURPLE Crying® is the phrase used to describe the time in a baby's life when they cry more than any other time. This period of increased crying is often described as colic, but there have been many misunderstandings about what "colic" really is.

The Period of PURPLE Crying |

WOW! It turns out, babies are busy taking in a lot of information about the noises and emotions from the people around them — all while fast asleep...

a very thoughtful post- ...children passionately construct knowledge of the world around them like little sponges soaking up everything that brain wiring and hands-on experience affords.

And while our daughter may not remember this trip when she’s older, that’s not to say that the journey won’t shape her.

It’s a concept that parents may not be familiar with, but experts say it can explain a lot about family conflicts: Is your child’s temperament a good “fit” with yours?

There, I’ve said it. I used to hit my children. So read this with an open mind, assured that I am not judging you. My mission is and always will be, to equip adults with the tools to protect children and promote equality for them.

How many children stutter? Approximately 5 percent of all children go through a period of stuttering that lasts six months or more. Three-quarters of those will recover by late childhood, leaving about 1% with a long-term problem. The best prevention tool is early intervention.

Frequent, unexplained crying in infants, known as colic, may be an early sign of migraine headaches, a new study suggests.

Colicky Babies May Be Having Early Migraines

The 6 Protective Factors for Healthy Families and Communities Protective factors are conditions in families and communities that, when present, increase the health and well-being of children and families. They are attributes that serve as buffers, helping parents who might otherwise be at risk of abusing their children to find resources, supports, or coping strategies that allow them to parent effectively, even under stress.

EACH year, it seems, a new book emerges to capitalize on the parental insecurities of Americans.

Your Baby Isn't Trying to Annoy You; She's Crying to Communicate

Sensory Integration techniques can be used to help kids focus, concentrate, learn and behave well, but they can also be invaluable at bedtime.

Sensory Integration tips for easier bedtimes

12 reasons babies cry and how to soothe them

5 Ways to Build a Happier Family

For the future! When people talk about the value of a college degree, they mean different things.

If I can give any advice to parents of two kids it is: Spend time with just one kid. Bring just your daughter out for tea, take your son to the race track, or you can do what I did and take your kid on a six-day vacation to Seattle.

Do you spend time with just one kid?

It’s no surprise. We’re all wondering when and where the parenting pendulum will finally come to rest. Helicopter parents, Tiger moms, Free Range kids…where does an intelligent parent find equilibrium?

Why Are Parents Less Likely to Take Little Girls Outside to Play?