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a composite nutritional supplement in the form of milk powder for infants and toddlers.
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Questions about sexual activities, including sexual intercourse, interest in sex, childhood sex play, and masturbation.
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Questions regarding providing proper nutrition, including strategies to get a child to eat healthy foods
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Questions related to impact of divorcing parents on their child(ren).
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Issues concerning the bedroom as a room: both the parents' and the child's (bed)room. See also the tags [sleep] and [bedtime].
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listened to and performed, and anything related to musical instruments. See also the tag [singing].
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parents of parents.
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Questions about parenting adopted children and about becoming an adoptive parent
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Process of withdrawing mother's milk and introducing an adult diet
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Questions about whether, when, and how teeth appear in infants. See also [teeth] about general questions, and [brushing-teeth] about cleaning.
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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.
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an acronym for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. People with ADD and ADHD struggle to maintain focus on certain tasks as they have a more difficult time "tuning out" extra stimuli. The…
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Questions regarding computer use including access, entertainment, and education
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expected to be completed at home.
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Questions about solid foods (baby food and/or solid foods babies and younger toddlers eat)
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All kinds of (living) animals kept at home indoors or outside. Includes dogs, cats, reptiles, fishes, farm animals, and more.
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Questions about use of pacifiers, dummies, and thumb sucking