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For questions that pertain to activities we do with our children, or that our children do.
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Attention deficit disorder
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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 about parenting adopted children and about becoming an adoptive parent
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Age specific questions from about 17 years and up. Younger: teen.
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too young (or too old) for a particular idea/food/activity/etc.
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A vehicle used for travelling long distances through the sky.
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about creative activities that involve a variety of artistic media. These questions are about how to prepare for such activities, how to teach the related skills, what types of mate…
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A disease affecting the intake of oxygen through the lungs.
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Questions relating to a child's ability to maintain attention Or the attention seeking behaviors. The challenges of increasing children's focus and attention span. Many problems derive from attentio…
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Questions about the autism spectrum disorders, for example Aspberger's Syndrome or autism. Applicable both for questions about parenting children with autism spectrum disorders, and also parenting wit…
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A very young human, from birth until a few years old. Consider a more age-specific tag instead.
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any soft, easily consumed food, other than breastmilk or infant formula, that is made specifically for infants, roughly between the ages of six months and two years.
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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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Getting kids ready for bed, and making them stay there. See the "sleep" tag for questions on issues while they're asleep.
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