Your toddler's language and motor skills are growing rapidly month to month. Here’s what milestones to expect with your toddler.
It’s normal for toddlers to bump
into things and take a tumble,
but when should you worry about
their lack of coordination?
Toddlers do some pretty weird things to comfort themselves. Here’s what’s going on, what you can do to help and when to be concerned.
Jessi Cruickshank talks about how we’re conditioned to measure our babies against other babies—which is why any perceived setback feels intensely personal.
Chances are it’s going to get messy, but having your toddler help cook can teach them valuable skills and keep them preoccupied while you make dinner.
Toddlers have an innate sense of the ridiculous, and enjoy repetition, word play, and bold pictures—we've rounded up the 36 best books for toddlers.