Becoming a parent is rewarding, but many parents also find themselves at a loss at certain stages. As your child grows, you must learn new ways to manage behavior and keep them safe. Fortunately, there is plenty of great advice out there for both new and veteran parents.
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Enjoy the Early Years (and Maintain Your Sanity)
Welcoming a newborn — and caring for a baby — can be exhausting. But there are ways to make things easier and ensure your child is getting an excellent start.
How to Establish a Routine for Your Baby
12 Ways to Bond with Your Baby
Enter Toddlerhood with an Eye on Preschool Progress
The toddler years can be both enjoyable and anxiety-inducing as your little one learns to push boundaries and develop a sense of self. While your toddler or preschooler will likely begin to resist naptime, they need energy for all the learning that’s taking place.
How to Prepare Your Toddler for Preschool
Best Ways to Help Children Fall Asleep at Nap Time
Boost Confidence and Skill-Building in School-Age Kids
Elementary-age children are undergoing many changes and challenges in their young lives. Building both lifelong skills and a sense of confidence are necessary steps for parents.
Building Independence in Elementary-Age Children
6 Life Skills Kids Need for the Future
7 Ways to Help Your Child Develop Positive Self-Esteem
Give Teens Some Space (with Healthy Limits)
Many parents struggle to connect with their teens, but safety is also a concern. Appropriate boundaries can help contribute to a happier household from tween age and on.
10 Strategies to Limit Your Teen’s Screen Time
Setting Healthy Rules and Consequences for Teenagers
When you’re raising children, it can be easy to forget about the things you’d like to do. However, you need to set aside some time for yourself whenever possible.
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Parenting is, understandably, fluid throughout your child’s life. Some periods of life are downright frustrating, while others are full of pure joy. However, with the right tools and perspective, you can remain an effective parent no matter what stage your child is in.
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