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May25
The Sibling Regression

The Sibling Regression

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I believe I’ve mentioned once or twice or fourteen-dozen times that my older son became…intensely challenging in the weeks and months right after we brought his baby brother home. He was three years old, and he was AWFUL. I feel like I can call him that because 1) he’s not, anymore, and 2) because he was objectively, literally, monumentally AWFUL.

May24
Going From Two Naps to One

Going From Two Naps to One

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When to expect it, when to stop fighting it, and how to handle THAT MUCH uninterrupted toddler entertainment time.

May21
Potty Training & Travel

Potty Training & Travel

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Because at some point, you need to leave the house. How to continue potty training while you’re away from home. (Hint: DON’T FORGET A TOWEL.)

May19
Toddlers Who Line Up Toys

Toddlers Who Line Up Toys

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Just how odd is the lining-up toys thing? Is it relatively normal for his age, or might this be indicative of other problems?

May14
Helping a Toddler Cope With Divorce

Helping a Toddler Cope With Divorce

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My wife and I are getting a divorce, and I am crushed by the impact this will have on our 3 year old. My ideal of a happy home for her to grow up in feels destroyed. Do you and your readers have any advice on how to smooth the transition, how long it will take to adapt and anything else I can do to make this situation easier for both of us?

May13
Dealing With a Picky Eater

Dealing With a Picky Eater

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My son, at 13 months, is turning out to be SUCH a picky eater. I’m completely baffled. He only wants to eat pureed veggies and fruits (with the exception of bananas–he loves them. I swear the kid is part monkey.) Help!

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