Toddlers: 2 yrs – 5 yrs


3 Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy and Safe at the Pool

Saturday, July 7, 2018 By Tessy Kadavil
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How many of you moms out there have to answer your kids questions about when the pool opens . . . year round . . . and not just one or two times but more like 100? As soon as spring starts to fade, the kids get ancy about when they can throw on their […]

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Tips and Tricks for Helping Your Toddler Stay Seated at the Dinner Table

Thursday, July 5, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
Helping Your Toddler Stay Seated at the Dinner Table

It is dinnertime, and perhaps if you’re like me, you have started to dread dinnertime. It isn’t matching the picture you had in your mind of what it should look like. You’ve had a couple kids and are realizing that the chaos that ensues at dinnertime is leaving you feeling overwhelmed. And tempted to just […]

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Making Bedtime Fun for Strong-Willed Toddlers

Thursday, June 28, 2018 By Hannah Crews
Making Bedtime Fun for Strong-Willed Toddlers | Baby Chick

Our daughter hated bedtime for the first two years of her life. And honestly, it’s still not her most favorite thing in the world. And since she’s so strong-willed, it’s been a challenge trying to figure out how to make bedtime something that is fun and exciting, rather than dreadful and frustrating. Now that we’ve […]

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12 Tips to Fill Baby’s Word Gap

Monday, June 18, 2018 By Aimee Ketchum
12 Tips to Fill Baby’s Word Gap | Baby Chick

You’ve heard of the wage gap, the gender gap, and the price gap, but are you familiar with the gap that affects babies? No, I am not referring to Baby Gap! The word gap is a tremendous problem in America and a lot of parents are not even aware that it exists. The word gap […]

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5 Tips for Potty Training a Girl

Monday, June 18, 2018 By Hannah Crews
5 Tips for Potty Training a Girl | Baby Chick

Ah, the dreaded “potty training days.” Where your patience is running low and your laundry is piled high. I feared these days when my daughter came of age, and I was actually very unaware of how to even do this. So, I did plenty of research. I learned tips and tricks from other moms with […]

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7 Ways to Keep Your Sanity while Kids are Home for the Summer

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 By Hannah Crews
7 Ways to Keep Your Sanity while Kids are Home for the Summer | Baby Chick

Let’s face it. We love our kids. They are smart, funny, loving, beautiful, entertaining, and make life worth living. But, on the same token, it’s so nice to have some time alone — to ourselves — while they are at school. And the moment classes are dismissed and “school’s out for summer,” we quickly realize […]

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The Thumb Sucking Habit: How Long Is Too Long?

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 By Ratna Bajpai
The Thumb Sucking Habit: How Long Is Too Long? | Baby Chick

Thumb sucking is a common habit in childhood. Parents usually notice it within the first three months of the child’s life, although there is some evidence that babies can start sucking their thumbs inside the womb. Thumb sucking is one of the things that parents worry about as babies grow and become toddlers. They wonder […]

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Leak-Proof Diapers that are Natural and Disposable? YES Please!

Monday, May 28, 2018 By Hannah Crews
Natural diapers that actually work! | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: When I got pregnant with my first baby, I was willing to try all the “crunchy” things: unmedicated labor and delivery, exclusive breastfeeding, pureeing my own baby food, natural remedies with essential oils, even cloth diapering. My husband was okay with all of it. Except that last one – cloth diapering. That was […]

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10 Habits to Teach Your Toddler

Thursday, May 24, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
10 Habits to Teach Your Toddler | Baby Chick

The definition of a habit is “an acquired behavior or pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.” Children learn to form habits from very early ages; in fact, studies have found that most habits take root in children before the age of 9. Habits are hard things to break once they’re established. It’s […]

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Stopping Childhood Entitlement In It’s Track

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 By Quinn Kelly
Stopping Childhood Entitlement In It's Track | Baby Chick

Entitlement is the buzz word of this parenting generation. And while most parents know they do not want to raise an entitled child, they also have no idea what is causing this growing problem among youth. No one looks at the face of their precious baby and could ever imagine them being spoiled or bratty. […]

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