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My kids and I were lucky to attend a pre-screening event for the new Warren Brothers picture DC League of Superpets. We love going to the movies, even when we aren't excited about what we're seeing. We love being...
How many times have you frantically chased down your toddler or screamed a train of “Stop! STOP!! STOOOPPPP!!!” as he approaches a street or other dangerous situation at full speed ahead? If you just want to keep your child...
I approached potty training for both my kids the same way: by not really doing it. I didn't read any books on the subject, we didn't practice a certain technique, and we didn't track their progress on a sticker...
Seeing your child have a febrile seizure is one of the scariest things you can experience. Most parents who witness them don’t know what’s going on because they didn’t have any previous warning that this could happen. “Now I know...
My youngest daughter is a “lovey” kid. If you have one, you know what I mean: the child who forms an early, seemingly random yet unwavering attachment to a toy or object that becomes an indispensable member of the...
My sister loved Dimetapp as a kid. There’s an old family story about how she once helped herself to the bottle (but was totally fine, not to worry!). Initially, our twin toddlers were also fine with taking medicine— Tylenol and...

Ode to the Sippy Cup

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Oh sippy cup, sippy cup, you promised to be,  a leak-proof vessel, completely spill free, But somehow your liquid doesn’t stay put. It bubbles up over and spills on my foot, Or worse, on the cushions, carpet and tile. There goes my hope...
I sat down recently with Ayelet Marinovich to talk about her new book, Understanding Your Toddler. Ayelet is a pediatric speech-language pathologist, founder of Strength in Words, and author of Understanding Your Baby. Ayelet explains how and why toddlers learn...
Growing up, my mama made school lunches for all three of us girls. When I was in elementary school, lunch primarily consisted of a sandwich, canned fruit, Ruffles potato chips, a cookie, and a juice box. Sometimes, my mama would...
I sat down recently in a Facebook Live with Ayelet Marinovich, a pediatric speech-language pathologist, founder of Strength in Words, and author of Understanding Your Baby to discuss how to support your baby's early communication. Ayelet shares practical and easy...

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