Baby Steps A Child Development Blog

Coping with Traumatic Birth

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 by from Baby Steps
A new mother tried her best to recall the birth of her firstborn son. She remembers heading to the hospital after her water broke. She remembers checking in and settling in a ...

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A mom of a four-year-old reached out for help. Her daughter, it seemed, struggled to connect with her peers in her preschool. This mother explained that her daughter had a ...

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We asked our wonderful community of Facebook mamas what one item in their baby's nursery is their most favorite. Their responses made me feel so cozy I could curl up and take ...

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When kids land in my office with complaints of stomachaches and headaches of unknown origins (meaning they’ve seen the doctor and their health checks out), I always suspect ...

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“How can I get my two year old to be nice to her sister who is 4 months old?”

“I just had a baby and ever since I came home from the hospital my 2 year old ...

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Do you have a difficult time understanding what your child says?

Does your preschooler's speech sound robotic and lack pitch variation?

When your child ...

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4 Tips for Raising Leaders

Monday, February 27th, 2017 by from Baby Steps
Although parents often think of peer pressure as an issue that crops up in the tween and teen years, it can begin much younger. The fact is that many kids simply want to be ...

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Little kids spend a lot of time cuddling, hugging, kissing, and sitting on laps. They love to smother their parents and siblings with love, and they enjoy being in close ...

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It’s a scene most parents face at some point: You disagree with your partner on how to parent the kids. The truth is that we all bring different personalities to the table, ...

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How to Take Your Own Newborn Photos

Thursday, February 16th, 2017 by from Baby Steps
Search for newborn photos online and you’ll likely find a selection of adorable images of brand new babies swaddled, tucked, and sleeping like little angels. While newborn ...

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