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Child Development

You used to do everything for them. Now they're doing so much for themselves. Should they be doing even more? Are they hitting the same developmental milestones as other kids their age? Get answers to these and other child development questions, right here.

What's Next for Your Child?

From living in a pack to never wearing a stiff onesie, when it comes to being a middle child, there are some perks that come with the territory. ... more
We focus so much effort on making sure we witness our babies' milestones, but it can be a lot worse missing them as our kids get older. ... more
The first bra-buying experience can be as emotional for parents as it is for daughters. Here are some practical tips to make the shopping process easier. ... more
Here are some fun ways to reward your kids for bravely pulling those wiggly baby teeth without having the Tooth Fairy break the bank. ... more
If I had known letting kids sip alcohol may lead to teen drinking, I might not have let my daughter taste beer—but my message about alcohol won't change. ... more
New organizations, websites and apps are preparing autistic children for the working world ... more
Start by letting your children tackle little activities and following up with praise when they succeed. ... more
Experiencing homesickness is actually a benefit of summer camp. It helps campers learn to believe in themselves and develop alternative support systems away from home. ... more