A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
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|breastmilk× 17||friends× 17||emotion× 17||
listened to and performed, and anything related to musical instruments. See also the tag [singing].
Questions about use of pacifiers, dummies, and thumb sucking
|independence× 16||games× 16|
|childcare× 16||bullying× 16||walking× 16||daily-routine× 15|
|growth× 15||habits× 15||sports× 15||
Questions about solid foods (baby food and/or solid foods babies and younger toddlers eat)
|socialization× 14||talking× 14||
Questions about whether, when, and how teeth appear in infants. See also [teeth] about general questions, and [brushing-teeth] about cleaning.
an alternative to disposable diapers. Many people believe that they are cheaper in the long run, have less of an environmental impact, or may help avoid allergen concerns some people…
The transition from potty (or even from diapers) to the toilet. See also the tag [potty-training] for the transition from diapers to the potty.
Process of withdrawing mother's milk and introducing an adult diet
Physical activity characterized as solely taking place in bodies of water.
Questions about development and health of teeth. See also the tags [teething] and [brushing-teeth].
All kinds of (living) animals kept at home indoors or outside. Includes dogs, cats, reptiles, fishes, farm animals, and more.
Questions about parenting adopted children and about becoming an adoptive parent
|grandparents× 12||extended-family× 12||
Questions dealing with death, whether it be a specific person or pet, or a general discussion of how to broach this difficult subject with children.