Here's the thing about tantrums: while they're a universal rite of passage for most littlies, they aren't one-size-fits-all.
Although toddler sleep problems can be frustrating for parents, they are actually perfectly normal.
This quarterly guide to your toddler's second year contains information, tips and useful contacts on your toddler's development between one and two years.
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- Your Toddler - 31 to 33 months old
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There are many emotional benefits to sharing, but only if it's voluntary.
It's no secret that threenagers suffer from a lot of bad press, However, as this little boy shows, it's an age full of wisdom and insight, too.
Welcoming a second baby is beautiful, joyous and exhausting - or, if you're a 2-year-old, utterly confusing and downright annoying.
Toddlers can be given a flying start in language and maths if their parents interact with them correctly, research suggests.
For years, they were told nothing was wrong with their daughter.
This is a stage, and you and she will move through it. I can (almost) promise it.
There are big changes for families in the new recommendations to guide children's use of anything with a screen, such as computers, tablets, mobile phones, televisions and video games.
Parenting is hard - and most of us are simply doing the best we can, in order to be "good-enough".
Yes, we've all been there. Whether it's an acquaintance, a random person in a shop or a beloved grandparent, all kids have moments of not wanting to provide a requested high five, cuddle or kiss.
Yes, they drive you crazy…then you love them…then they drive you crazy again, but there's no doubt toddlers are awesome.
Lift-the-flap books –popular with parents and children alike – may hinder toddlers from learning new words, researchers have found.