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Potty Training Girls and Boys

You’re excited to get your kiddo out of diapers, we know. But how do you know when it’s time to potty train your little one? What are the dos and don’ts for potty-training girls and boys?

Newborn Screening Tests

Newborn screening tests look for harmful or potentially fatal disorders that aren’t apparent at birth. Find out which tests are typically done, how they’re performed and which disorders they’re looking for in your child.

Childcare Options for Working Parents

The dreaded time has come when you have to find someone else to watch your child. With all the options out there, how do you determine what type of childcare is best for you and your baby?

Homeschooling Your Toddler

There are many different options when it comes to children and their education. For parents interested in home school, the process can actually begin when their kids are still toddlers. This episode explores the path to schooling your children at home.

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Water Safety: Lessons for Survival

Drowning is the #1 cause for accidental infant deaths. Fortunately, there are water safety programs designed to save lives at the pool, at the beach, and many other places.

Gluten-Free Parenting

Gluten intolerance has been around for years, but switching to a gluten-free diet can be difficult, but families have many more options to find recipes, food and support for this lifestyle. How can going gluten-free potentially help your family? How do you make the transition and what are some of the common challenges?

Distant Families: Ways to Stay in Touch

We love our children and we want to spend as much time with them as possible. But, reality is many kids are forced to be separated from their parents for reasons such as divorce, business travel, military deployment and more. We’ll explore some ways parents can strengthen and maintain the connection with their child when away.

Showing Favoritism with Your Kids

Parents with more than one child typically try to keep an even playing field with their kids. But there are times when parents may unintentionally show favoritism toward a specific child based on the situation. So, how does this impact your children and the relationship they have with you as well as their siblings?