Balancing the needs of two tots is a whole new challenge. Try these tips to ease your toddler’s transition through this big life change.
Behavior & Development
Learn how to enrich your baby’s world with our expert guides on everything from imaginary play to language development, baby signing and positive ways to use tech. We also cover the more tricky topics such as toddler tantrums, sleep training and picky eaters.
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.
Tantrums are normal, but it doesn’t make them easy to deal with, especially in the middle of a grocery store, a playground, crowded restaurant or just before bed. Our Tot experts offer guidelines to reduce these challenging episodes and recognize when to seek professional support.
With all the topsy-turvy changes this past school year — from remote classes to quarantined pods, limited socializing, and way too much screen time — it’s time to unplug and enjoy time with your kids. Here are nine ideas for creating your own summer fun.
Ever wondered (or worried about) whether Only Child Syndrome is real? Here’s what the research says about only children being spoiled, bossy and selfish…
As advocates of play-based learning, we’ve teamed up with expert early learning educators to curate the toys and activities you need to help your tot reach developmental milestones, learn important life skills and build the confidence needed to enter a formal learning environment. Perfect for newborns up to Age 6, The Tot Play & Learn Sets are the screen-free educational tool you’ve been looking for.
In the first six months of life, your little one will transform from a sleepy, defenseless newborn into a smiling, babbling baby. Here are the developmental milestones you can expect each month.
Our resident twin mama investigates whether it’s healthy for twins to have the same friends and interests or whether they should be pushed to go their separate ways…
Kids and teens express their emotions through actions. Here’s a stage-by-stage guide to what to expect during times of upheaval, like during the coronavirus crisis.
Stories open children’s minds and imaginations to people, places and worlds beyond the familiar, offering an ideal opportunity to teach them about diversity.