In the first few months of pregnancy, the fetus develops a schedule of sleep and wake. This schedule has implications for sleep once your baby is born.
Once kids start school, there are big changes in how they understand gender – both their own, and other people’s gender.
In the first weeks of life, we can get a sense of an infant’s temperament – the precursor of their personality for life.
Changing how you talk to your kids about success and failure can literally change their whole perspective on life. Parents can develop a growth mindset in their kids with these simple steps.
Relationship drama is a universal part of the American friendship experience. Learn how relational aggression affects your child.
By the time kids are 2 years old, they prefer gender-specific toys. How do kids learn about gender?
Whether you are delighted about it or terrified of it, puberty is going to invade your home. By knowing what is happening, you can better prepare your child. Knowledge is power when it comes to helping your whole family adjust to the changes of puberty.
In the first few years of life, developing friendships is critical. Learn what you can do to help your child develop healthy, lifelong friendships.
Mama. Dada. Dog. Baba. Gama. Papa. Ball. More. Cat. Babies will usually utter their first words between 10 and 15 months of life. Although it takes nearly a year for a child to speak, infants spend this year preparing to utter their first words.
A frequent scene in sitcoms or movies involves a romantic sex scene with a man and a pregnant woman. The man suddenly becomes concerned that he will poke the baby with his penis during sex. So….Does the baby feel a poke?