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Teary and tantrum-filled goodbyes are common with separation anxiety, which is a perfectly
normal part of childhood development.
It's normal for children to feel afraid at times. Parents can help kids feel safe
and learn to feel at ease.
Nighttime feedings may be a thing of the past, but in this second year of life your
tot might be rising for other reasons. Learn more.
Kids go from babies to toddlers during this time, from first steps to walking well.
They also make major strides in language and communication.
Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here
are some things your toddler may be doing.
Getting enough sleep can be a problem for children of any age. Read this article to
learn tips on bedtime schedules and routines for your child.
Though most can't talk, babies are great communicators. Here's what to expect in the
first year of life.
Naps for Parents
A good nap can keep kids from becoming overtired, which not only takes a toll on their
moods but might make it harder for them to fall asleep at night.
Learn about the normal feelings and emotions of childhood and adolescence.
Is it just a phase or a serious problem? Help your child cope with life's ups and
downs, from dealing with divorce to preparing for new siblings. Or find out how to
understand your child's behavior, whether it's toddler tantrums or teenage depression.