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A new talker will often call her caregiver "mommy," which makes parents worry that the child is confused about who is who. She isn ...
Your child has the capacity to care for more than one person at a time. The affection she feels for her caregiver doesn't diminish ...
By sharing the information and observations with the caregiver, you have a chance to see your child through another pair of eyes. ...
It's not appropriate to punish children under three, because they really can't evaluate or control their own actions very well.... ...
For infants and toddlers learning and living are the same thing. If they feel secure, treasured, loved, their own energy and curio ...
Adults empathize so readily with a clinging child because all of us (including those who were raised by doting mothers who stayed ...
The books may say that nine-month-olds crawl, say their first words, and are afraid of strangers. Your exuberantly concrete and sp ...
Your child should feel entitled to cry when you leave; crying is a natural thing for a child to do when she feels bad. The fact th ...
Ordinary time is "quality time" too. Everyday activities are not just necessities that keep you from serious child rearing: they a ...
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