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Babies and children develop at their own pace, so it's impossible to tell exactly when your child will learn a given skill. The developmental ages and stages included in our child development section will give you a general idea of the changes you can expect, but don't be alarmed if your own baby's development takes a slightly different course.

Ages and Stages Article Index

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Food and Nutrition

Baby
Baby Formula
Breastfeeding
The Basics of Introducing Solid Foods to Your Baby
Tips for Parents with Picky Easters
Best Baby Spoon
Toddler - Preschool
Finger Food Mania: Tips and Recipes for Introducing Finger Foods to Your Baby
Baby's First Cereal: Make it from Scratch
Homemade Baby Food
"Hey Mom, there are lumps in my food!": Introducing Food Textures
Toddler Treat: Blueberries N' Banana Cream
Toddler Treat: Carrots and Cashews
Toddler Treat: Cauliflower Soup
Why Won't My Toddler Eat?
Toddler Pear Nog
Serving Sizes for Toddlers
Toddler Sunflower Treats
Picky Eaters Toddler Treat: Cranberries
Getting Ready for Kindergarten
Parent and Caregiver Tips for Kindergarten Learning
Schoolage
Healthy Food Habits - Kids and Juice
Kids Food Allergies
Cool School Lunches
School Lunch Tips
Teach Your Kids to Cook

Health, Emotional and Social Well Being

Year One through Pre-School
Healthcare Tips For One-Year Olds
Children's First Dentist Visits
Child Language Development
Positive Discipline for a Happy Toddler
Two Year Olds Learning Fine Motor Skills Kids and Music
Children and Bedtime
Preventing Sibling Rivalry
:Choosing Childcare Providers
School Age
A Note From the Teacher - Monthly Column Ready or Not! Back-To-School is here!
A Note From The Teacher
Keep Kids Safe
What to tell Kids about Stranger Danger
Terrorism and Children
Child Obesity
Schoolage Children Choosing and Properly Wearing Backpacks
School Age Children Back Pain
Ready or Not!Back-To-School is here!
Girls Self Image Development: Unhealthy Images Lead to Unhealthy Thinking
Who Do They Love? Kids and Their Role Models

Middleschool

Middleschooler: Make Your Parent-Teacher Conference Count
Teens
A Dozen Tips Keep Teenagers Safe and Healthy
Internet Safety: Do You Know Your Daughter's Name?
Teen Brain: A Work In Progress

Seasonal

Safety Proof Your Summer
All I want for Christmas......is Christmas
Praise Your Kids this Holiday Season
Christmas Baby Gift Ideas

Parenting

Counselor's Corner: Peer Pressure
Parent to Parent Advice
Misc. Parenting Articles
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Parenting Advice and Tips from Family Counselors Parenting Advice Archive

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Child Development Language

Preventing Sibling Rivalry

Choosing Childcare Providers

Comments (1)

Having a baby soon!
These are really great tips and I've bookmarked this. However, by the time my little one is old enough to be a teenager, I'll have probably replaced my computer a few times, at least! But, food for thought.
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