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answered What is the impact on kids of having two working parents?
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answered Why do kids always do things which we tell them NOT to do?
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answered How do we help our toddler to sleep through the night?
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comment How do we help our toddler to sleep through the night?
What about snacks between meals, most toddlers eat three full meals AND a morning and afternoon snack.
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answered How can I stop my toddler from having nightmares about robots?
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revised How should a child be prepared for adulthood?
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answered How should a child be prepared for adulthood?
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Dec
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answered How can I tame my 5 year old's wild hair?
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answered How accurate are the “Suggested Age Ranges” of toys?
Dec
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comment 16 months old and no signs of communication. Should we be concerned?
@JohnIsaacks in Connecticut it is called Birth to Three, I am sure other states have programs similar to it. We used it for both our son and daughter, both of whom had different speech problems and found them very helpful and right on target in terms of their recommendation. Also, if you do need services they have a rolling pay schedule depending on your income, so it is a great program.
Dec
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answered At what point should we introduce water (or other liquids) to our infant's diet?
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answered Reasoning vs “because I say so”
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answered 16 months old and no signs of communication. Should we be concerned?
Dec
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answered Childcare and illnesses in winter
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asked Siblings learning differences
Dec
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comment Is the “cry it out” approach harmful?
I read the reference to the "mommy-daddy come help me" differently. I don't think it literally means the baby is saying the words, if so, in my opinion you have waited too long to teach your child to sleep. I thought more it was the crying that the parent is translating into meaning this, which might not be what it means at all.
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comment Is the “cry it out” approach harmful?
Your question is extremely well thought out and complete. Therefore it requires a complete answer, which I will try to provide at a later date, when I have some time to flesh it out. Good job on a great question.