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You want to keep your baby safe no matter what her age. But while some general principles of safety will remain the same, the specifics change as she develops. With each new skill, you'll need to look at her environment again, so she can exercise those new abilities safely. You'll need to know what poses a risk to your baby at any given age, as well as how best to avoid those risks.
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Looking at your child and thinking back at how much he's grown and developed can be a bittersweet experience. On one hand, you love how big and independent he's become. On the other, you sometimes miss his younger, more dependent days. But no matter how fondly you recall your child's infancy, there's one part of his childhood that you probably can't wait to put behind you: changing diapers.
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Preschoolers love outdoor adventures with you. And whether you camp far away or just hike in a local park, it's a good idea to know what to do in case anyone gets lost or separated. Learn the basics of staying safe outdoors
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Our kids are getting better and better at performing all kinds of intricate tasks with their hands. We can help by letting them practice eating with silverware, even if it gets messy. Learn more about developing fine motor skills.
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Some of the very itchiest rashes our kids can get come from these three sources: poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Helping our kids feel better may involve something as simple as a cold compress. Get more tips and information.
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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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