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Oh The Joy Of The Why Questions!

By Fredrica Syren: One of my least favorite phases of kids’ development is the “why” phase. My youngest Liam just started it; I had totally forgotten how tiring it could be. Everything I say to him is followed by “Why?” I have learned that it’s important to answer the question as …

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7 Outdoor Montessori Activities for Toddlers

By Aradhana Pandey:  When my husband and I had our first child, we had decided to expose him to the outdoor world from a very young age. Having had some of our best childhood learnings and memories associated with nature and outdoor adventure, we wanted our little one to enjoy …

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Natural Baby Care

By Chef Centehua I became a mother sixteen years ago. As a young mother, I had strong feelings about the environment in which I wanted to raise my child. Of course, well-intentioned family members gifted me things and products they thought I could use. I wasn’t as outspoken then as …

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Five Tips to Surviving the Terrible 2s & Beyond!

By Julie Zeff Most people who know me know that I’m not exactly a “baby person.” Don’t get me wrong: I have three kids – a 4-, a 6- and an 8-year-old whom I adore with all my heart and soul. But, saying that their 2-year-old birthdays were big days …

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Big Step for Toddler—Disaster for Mommy

By Fredrica Syren Ever since he could walk, my 20-month-old Noah has been a climber. On top of this, he’s also a daredevil, which in a mommy’s world equals disaster just waiting to happen. Not only will he climb furniture but, once up there, he will stand up, and start …

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The Toddler Weight Issue

By Fredrica Syren My 20-month-old son is a big boy. He has thick legs with muscles. He has big feet and hands. And he’s tall. I guess you would say he’s a solid little man. On so many occasions, at the park and other places, I have run into strangers …

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