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.
For questions about driving and motor vehicles, e. g. when the child wants to learn how to drive, when the child is driving, transporting a child in a motor vehicle (note that there is also a special …
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.
Mouthing refers to children putting objects (including hands, toes, etc.) in their mouth as a means of exploring their environment, self-soothing, or coping with teething.
A change or shift from one activity or habit to another, e.g., going home from the playground, change from co-sleeping to sleeping alone.
Ideal or recommended temperatures, for food, water, rooms, etc...
A common punishment for younger aged children where a child is to sit in a corner or secluded area for a specified amount of time.
For questions pertaining to a parent or a child dating. For example, explaining to a child that a parent dates again or introducing them to their date, preparing children for a date or handling confli…
Age specific questions about newborns up to "0 months".
Questions about how and when to brush teeth. See also the tag [teeth] about general teeth questions.
For questions about alcohol, e. g. dealing with actual or suspected alcohol consumption, the effects of alcohol consumption, when and how to teach children about alcohol. Use [drinking] for questions …
For questions about how to explain scientific concepts to children or get them interested in science. Use [research] if you want answers to be backed up by scientific evidence.
When parents with existing children from previous relationships remarry new partners, this creates a "blended" family of step-children and biological children.
For questions about air travel with children, including preparations, airport, flying vehicle (e. g. airplane) and its aftermath.
A mobile computer with a touchscreen, also often called "tablet". It can be used for educational purposes but also be a source of distraction to children.
Liquid waste (also known as "number one" or "pee")