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Setting the stage for reading can be a lot of fun with a toddler. There are many things you can do together, like going to the library, learning rhymes and songs, and telling bedtime stories. Get more ready to read tips.
Read Ready to Read: Literacy Tips for Toddlers
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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.
Read Toilet Training Without Tears (Yours or Your Child's)
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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.
Read Language Leaps

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If your child has a challenge or two on the way to being potty trained, don't worry — it's completely normal. If you're looking for tips, here are a few practical solutions to some of the most common potty training issues. Read on.
Read Toilet Training Challenges and Solutions
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If you listen closely to the words preschoolers use, you’ll find that their vocabulary is not as innocent as we might hope. Their conversations are peppered with aggressive phrases. Some are simple adult curses. Others, such as “poo-poo head,” are unique to young children.
Read Poo-Poo Head and Other Powerful Phrases: Advice From the Potty Language Front
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When people think about relationships among siblings, the first word that often springs to mind is "rivalry." To be honest, that conception isn't entirely wrong; siblings can wind up competing for their parents' attention. But it doesn't have to be that way—or only that way.
Read Preparing Your First Child for a Sibling