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Q: I was using time-outs to discipline our 2-year-old when he did something he knew he shouldn't. We were putting him in the playpen for the time outs. But now he can climb out...
Our 3-year-old daughter, who is otherwise potty-trained, will not use the toilet for bowel movements. What should I do?
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It may be a while before your child is ready for Monopoly, but there are simple games you can create for her to enjoy right now.
Happy, healthy eaters are made, not born. If you expose toddlers to nutritious foods and make mealtimes enjoyable, they'll eat it right up.
There are good times to start, and other times to avoid, but when it comes to toilet teaching, there are no guarantees. Here, we give mom-tested tips for success.
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Make School Special
The night before school resumes, have your toddler pick out something special that he'd like to show his teacher and classmates, and then have him pick a place where he won't forget it.
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