Category: Toddlers & Preschoolers

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5 Ways to Make New Year’s Resolutions as a Family

By Guest Blogger Whitney Barnard, Digital Marketing Coordinator with The Sunshine House There are many ways to approach the New Year. For many of us, it means to assess...

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EAT Little Man, EAT!

By Guest Blogger Kristen Bagwell When I was in college, I had a boyfriend whose mother would literally chase us around with food from the time we arrived at her house...

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Basics of Potty Training

By Steve J. Hodges, MD Pediatric Urologist at Brenner Children’s Hospital Everyone has a different strategy when it comes to potty-training your children.  I have...

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Wiggle, Giggle, Dance and Sing with Half-Pint Harmonies

By Guest Blogger Audrey Meixner Welcome to Half-Pint Harmonies, a fun, friendly, musically rich environment driven by solid educational goals where the music if fun to...

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Chaos at Dinner Can Result in a Warmed Heart

By Guest Blogger Whitney Webster I am a mother of 14 month old twins and a 3 1/2 year old daughter. My life can be fulfilling, comical, exhausting, and blessed all in a...

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Win 15 Hours of Drop-Off Day Care at The Nest

The Nest, part of Balance Day Spa in Greensboro, provides convenient childcare for on-the-go parents in a safe and secure environment. The Nest is now open open seven...

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Guidelines for Naps with Babies and Toddlers

By Guest Blogger Dr. Meggan Hartman, PhD One of the more popular questions at my workshops and from my clients is: do babies and toddlers need naps and how do we get our...

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Nurturing Natural Child Learning

By Guest Blogger Sandy Harper What is natural toddler learning? It simply means playing. Young children’s minds are sponges, taking in everything they see, hear, feel,...

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Potty Training: The Milestone That Will Never Happen

By Guest Blogger Marie Hunkele, author of  The Lunchbox Memoirs There is an ongoing saga going on right now in my home, and it is about to be my undoing. It’s called...

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A Tale of a Tantrum

By Kelly Gunzenhauser So I thought I was getting off easy when my younger son came along and we were blessed with a child who had the sunniest disposition I have ever...