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Toddler Proofing Your Home

March 2, 2011

People talk all the time about “baby proofing” your home to make it truly safe, but a better term would be toddler proofing. Once your little one hits a year and gets his feet under him and starts walking, you will find hidden dangers lurking around every corner of your home. Once he begins to [...]

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Get Creative Playing With Your Preschooler!

February 5, 2011

Creative play is vital to the development of a preschooler. As a single mom, your time with your child is at a premium, so make the most of every moment by engaging them in creative activity whenever possible. Here are some affordable, fun ideas for you to consider. Puppets Whether you buy them or make [...]

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Tips for Helping Your Toddler Adjust to a New Sibling

December 22, 2010
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A new baby brings significant changes to any family, but for your toddler, this is even more true. After all, up until the time your new baby arrives, your toddler is the baby of the family. While the adjustment is likely going to take some time, there are some things you can do to make [...]

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