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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…
The time we spend having fun.
absorbent underwear that allows the child to poop or pee without using a potty or a toilet. Includes pull-ups. For non-disposable underwear, see [cloth-diaper]. See also: [potty-tra…
How to transport small children in vehicles. Car-seats are most often required by law when transporting children under a certain body size or weight.
When a child can do something on their own, without help.
Washing, laundering, removing dirt or stains. Also tidying up, removing clutter, such as putting toys away. See also: [hygiene].
Questions about religion in relation to parenting. This often relates to raising a child with a co-parent of a different (or no) religion, or how to answer religious questions of a child, particularl…
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…
Mental health includes emotional, psychological, and social well-being of children or parents.
Competitive physical activity or game. See also: [physical-activity], [play], [games].
provided by parents at home, as opposed to a school setting.
Learning how to behave in a socially acceptable way. Also social interaction with others. See also [social-development], [relationships], [friends], [peer-pressure].
For all questions concerning babysitting, both from the parents' or the babysitter's perspective. For example, how to choose a trustworthy babysitter, how much to pay, or how to deal with children as …
For questions about bathing in water for personal hygiene, like when, how and how often to bathe children, how to keep them safe or bathe them when they don't want to, preparing children for bathing o…
a composite nutritional supplement in the form of milk powder for infants and toddlers.
expected to be completed at home. See also: [school].
specific to twins or multiplets.
Questions about sexual activities, including sexual intercourse, interest in sex, childhood sex play, and masturbation.
Activity engaged for fun, recreation or enjoyment. For time spent having fun, use [play-time]. See also: [games].
Happening during the night. Use [bedtime] for getting kids ready for bed, and making them stay there. Use [sleep] for questions on issues while children are asleep. Use [naps] for sleeping for a short…
A set of actions followed from day to day. Includes the evening routine followed before bedtime. See also: [habits].
Issues concerning the bedroom as a room: both the parents' and the child's (bed)room. See also the tags [sleep] and [bedtime].
For questions about books, e. g. making children get interested in / read books, reading books to children, appropriate ages and a book's content. Use [reading] for questions specifically about readin…
Questions regarding providing proper nutrition, including strategies to get a child to eat healthy foods
When and how to teach your child mathematics, getting children interested in math or helping them cope with math (e. g. at school).
For all questions about teachers specifically, e. g. parents or children interacting with teachers or behavior of children towards teachers and vice versa, how to communicate with teachers etc. For qu…
listened to and performed, and anything related to musical instruments. See also the tag [singing].
intentionally speaking falsehood, for example to deceive others.
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…
Questions regarding computer use including access, entertainment, and education
A form of sport or play, in particular competitive ones played by the rules. See also: [play], [sports], [video-games].
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.
For questions pertaining to gifted children, e. g. how to support them or how to find out whether they are gifted or not. For questions about gifts, use [presents].