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Eating Out with Kids: Restaurant Behavior

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Discipline Solution » Read more

Babies Understand What Dogs Are Saying?

By JustMommies

LiveScience reports that while babies may not be able to talk at six months, according to a new study, they can understand dogs’ barks.  When a dog barks, according to the study published in the journal Developmental Psychology, babies seem to be able to interpret the doggy emotions behind the bark. » Read more

Should Babies and Toddlers Watch Television

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Gentle Baby Care

So much television programming is aimed at young children. Much of it appears to be educational: teaching the ABCs and life skills. When is it appropriate to introduce a baby to television, and what do parents need to know about this topic? » Read more

Get Your Toddler to Cooperate

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Kid Cooperation

Toddlers and preschoolers require finesse to gain their cooperation, because they have not yet reached the age at which they can see and understand the whole picture, so simply explaining what you want doesn’t always work. » Read more