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“I feel like he should be talking more by now.” In a world in which we are inundated with information about what our children “should be” doing and “have to” to do, it’s very easy for us as parents...
When we first came home with our newborn, his newborn cry wasn’t louder than our speaking voice. Now that he's two, he howls with the dogs and stomps like an elephant. It would be fine if we lived out...
I was lucky that my oldest daughter was always a pretty good eater. She knew what she liked and would eat those foods with gusto, but she had a pretty good range. Like all of us, she got into...

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In a former life, I was an enterprise software saleswoman for a startup in Silicon Valley (yes, the HBO show is largely accurate!).  It was and still is a darling of a company—loved by investors, customers and employees. I...
This post is in partnership with Recess Collective. We recently moved to the west side of the city, and it’s taken some time to find all the local kids’ hot spots.  One of our new favorites, Recess Collective, as it...
Our resident sleep expert, Dr. Sarah Mitchell, and I recently hosted a Facebook Live to answer your questions about how to handle nap transitions! Every parent knows how precious nap time is for both your baby and for you!  Learn...
Why can’t we just give in to our toddler's tantrum? What what are we trying to prove to them by not giving them what they want? Are our toddlers really going to learn a lesson in the moment of...
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...
This post is in partnership with the San Francisco Zoo. Many of us have memberships to the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens because it's such a lovely place to stroll with children of any age, and the creative playground is always...
There comes a point in every toddler’s life where his favorite word becomes NO! Often this contrariness catches parents off guard, leaving them bewildered and frustrated. Discipline becomes a struggle and punishments seem futile, usually leading the way to...

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