There are things you can do was early as the newborn phase to help your baby develop independence and concentration- skills that will serve him for his whole life.
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The benefits of reading to children are undeniable. But when you read them stories that empower them to believe they can be whatever they want to be, the sky is the limit…
Looking for the best halloween costumes and crafts for your kids? From eco-friendly face paints to stylish felt masks to ready to wear costumes, here are The Tot’s best-selling Halloween products.
File them under “Normal but Infuriating”.
If the thought of pureeing a dozen different foods for your baby makes you want to cry into your blender, why not skip it and offer finger foods right away? Here’s everything you need to know about baby-led weaning…
At the age of two, a toddler’s language will develop very quickly. Childhood Development expert, Anastasia Moloney, talks about how many words they will have in their vocabulary.
Since there’s pretty much nothing cuter than siblings in matching outfits, we’ve found four looks you’re going to want to know about. Perfect for sisters or brothers and sisters, these outfits are just in time for the holidays and your next family vacation!
When it comes to shopping for the perfect gift for a baby shower or new arrival, you simply can’t go wrong with these seven heirloom gifts. Intended to be passed down from generation to generation, they’re practical, sentimental and something everyone will love.
Recent research has confirmed that spanking is psychologically damaging. Here are eight positive ways to discipline your child…
We’ve heard of BPA in water bottles, food containers and canned food linings but baby socks? Green Living expert, Aida Garcia-Toledo, discusses the recent findings