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Is Clumsiness a Disorder?
Many of us were clumsy kids who have grown into clumsy adults. But is clumsiness actually a disorder?
Is This the Quickest, Most Painless Way to Tie Shoelaces?
Teaching kids to tie laces can be a dreaded milestone...but that may be changing.
How Can a Kid Love Books, But HATE Reading?
My son LOVES books. It might be a genetic thing. I was a passionate reader as a child. It began with The Hardy Boys series.
Allergic Kids Rollin' Solo - Playdate Achievement UNLOCKED!
As a parent of a child with allergies, I knew it was time to swallow my worries and let him go to a friend's house without me.
Would You Be Ok With A Family That's Not Normal Like Mine?
Normal be damned! It's time we learned to love our differences. What does 'normal' in your house look like?
Julie M Green
Fisher-Price Spring 2014
How Toys Can Help Children Reach Milestones
Change—no matter how wonderful—can be challenging. Learn how your older sibling can help with a new baby by letting them choose the toys that will teach him.
Kelly Flannigan Bos
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Hitting Milestones and Making Memories
Kids think toys are fun but this mom knows a good toy will help her child reach important milestones. Watch as this baby learns to walk right before your eyes.
The Day My Son Did the Most Ordinary, Impossible Thing
This was one of many activities I had mentally scratched off as being unrealistic or unachievable for us.
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