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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Age specific questions from about 1 year to about 3 years. Younger: infant. Older: pre-schooler.
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Age specific questions from about 3 months to about 1 year of age. Younger: newborn. Older: toddler.
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Questions about why children act the way they do. See the tag [discipline] about enforcing your rules.
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Age specific questions from about 3 years to about 5 years. Younger: toddler. Older: primary-schooler.
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How and when children sleep. For questions on how to get them to sleep, see the [bedtime] tag.
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Age specific questions from birth through about 3 months. Younger: pregnancy. Older: infant.
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How to enforce the rules you set for the child, and consequences when those rules are broken. See the tag [behavior] about why children act the way they do.
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Age specific questions from about 5 years to about 8 years. Younger: pre-schooler. Older: middle-schooler.
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Children's physical health and well-being. See also the tag [hygiene] for matters of cleanliness.
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Children's physical and mental development.
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Everything directly related to the process of learning; both formal and informal education.
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Keeping children safe from any kind of danger.
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Food in solid or liquid form, specifically in relation to children. See also the tag [eating] about manners and motivation.
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Breastfeeding, breast milk, lactation, the infant's needs, the mother's needs, pumping, storing/freezing, effects on immune system, and more. See also the tags [feeding] and [eating].
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Age specific questions from about 13 years to about 19 years. Younger: pre-teen. Older: adult-child.
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The child's performance at school, how school rules/situations/other issues may affect the child, etc.
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Learning to talk in the first place, and learning to speak properly. See also the tags [language] for general language issues and [bilingual] for issues involving more than one langauge.
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too young (or too old) for a particular idea/food/activity/etc.
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Regarding issues that arise during pregnancy (medical, legal, planning). See also the tag [maternity] for specifics regarding maternity-wear.
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About the parents themselves, and not (only) about the children.
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Motivation and disorders; eating habits; table manners; etc. See also the tags [food] and [feeding].
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Teaching methods, motivations, resources, etc.
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The transition from diapers to the potty. See also the tag [toilet-training] for the transition from the potty to the toilet.
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Similar to the tags [eating] and [food] but focused on infants that don't eat on their own yet.
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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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How children learn how to interact with others, and techniques to help in that learning process.
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Traveling with children, e.g. situations and concerns about airports and airplanes, road trips and cars, trains, etc.
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Age specific questions from about 11 years to about 14 years. Younger: middle-schooler. Older: teen.
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The psychological process by which children gain and retain knowledge. For questions on how to teach, please see the "Teaching" tag. For more general questions on providing information and instructi…
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Questions related to infant, toddler, young children, pre-teen, and teen toys.
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Use of language in general, and about learning foreign languages. See also the tags [language-development] and [bilingual].
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For questions that pertain to activities we do with our children, or that our children do.
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Questions about feeding infants and young toddlers formula or stored breast milk from a bottle.
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Social interactions, subject matter addressed, safety at daycare centers, choosing a daycare center, staff behavior, and other issues related to daycare centers.
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Many people have questions about what amount of crying is normal, what is excessive, how to influence the frequency, or how to respond to a crying child.
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Learning or speaking more than one (native) language. See also the tags [language] and [language-development].