Category: Toddlers & Preschoolers

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...

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,...

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...

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...

Bye-Bye Pacifier!

By Rachel Hoeing  When is the right time to put your child through pacifier detox? And how do you do it? As we all know, every child is different. Some children never...

Prepare for Potty Training On-the-Go

By Katie Hamilton Let’s face it, potty training doesn’t stop for busy families’ on-the-go. Lucky for you, a local mom inventor, Kelly Smith from Kernersville, has...

Springtime Crafts for Kids of All Ages

By Suzy Fielders Spring break is great time to work on crafts with kids while they are at home. Best of all these are easy to do even with younger kids. For more craft...

Should toddlers HAVE to share?

By Jessica Smith, Toddler Teacher at The Greensboro Montessori School Sharing is a very sophisticated behavior. The genuine (unforced) form of sharing comes when one...

Make It a Play Date!

By Stacy Leighton “As soon as I saw you, I knew an adventure was going to happen.” ~ Winnie the Pooh From the hallway I heard the boys launch the spinning top, it...

How My Child Stopped Using Night Time Pull Ups

By Kathleen Thorell I knew my daughter had a small bladder when we potty trained her at age three. All my friends were telling stories of their children, the...