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We all know that toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. It can help to know that this pickiness is normal behavior, and that it reflects our children's drive toward independence. Learn more about the art of feeding a toddler.
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Watching our kids play is so much fun. And it's fascinating to see them engage in different types of play as they mature. Is that block just a block, or is it a car? And how can those chairs and blankets become a fort? Learn more.
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Toilet training is one of the major accomplishments of early childhood. But before your child can master it, he has to be both biologically and emotionally ready. (Click here for more on signs of readiness.) Different children are ready at different ages; the timing has nothing to do with their intelligence, personality, or motivation.
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We've all felt the pain of a shy child, as most of us have been shy at some timeourselves. As shyness has both biological and situational roots, there are many ways to help them cope. Find out how to help your child cope with shyness.
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This is a great age for language development. Your 2-year-old is probably learning new words every day, putting words together ("Go car?"), and following two-step directions ("Get your coat and come to the car."). Find out more.
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For many young children, there is no more exciting way to travel than by air. They love to watch the carts, trucks, and airplanes at the airport. Even better, they may get to ride on moving walkways, trains and trams, escalators and elevators—all that even before boarding. On the plane itself, there are the endlessly fascinating tray tables, window shades, and teeny tiny bathrooms to explore, again and again.
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