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Baby Delivery - moms guide
 

Follow your baby's development from a tiny mass of cells through to a fully-developed baby. Our illustrations show how your baby is growing inside your uterus, while our Inside pregnancy videos take a 3D animated look at a baby from conception to labour and birth.


Fetal development diagram - conception

 

Conception

See what happens inside you during the conception process.
Fetal development diagram - one month

 

One month pregnant

Your baby is an embryo consisting of two layers of cells from which all her organs and body parts will develop.


Fetal development diagram - two months

 

Two months pregnant

Your baby is now about the size of a kidney bean and is constantly moving. He has distinct, slightly webbed fingers.


Fetal development diagram - three months

 

Three months pregnant

By now your baby is around 7 to 8 centimeters (3 inches) long and weighs about the same as half a banana. Her tiny, unique fingerprints are now in place.


Fetal development diagram - four months

 

Four months pregnant

Your baby is now about 13 centimeters ( 5.5 inches) long and weighs 140 grams (5 ounces). His skeleton is starting to harden from rubbery cartilage to bone.


Fetal development diagram - five months

 

Five months pregnant

Eyebrows and eyelids are now in place. Your baby would now be more than 27 centimeters (10.5 inches) long if you stretched out her legs.

Fetal development diagram - six months

 

Six months pregnant


Your baby weighs about 660 grams (1.5 pounds). His wrinkled skin is starting to smooth out as he puts on baby fat.


Fetal development diagram - seven months

 

Seven months pregnant

By now, your baby is more than 40 centimeters (15 inches) long. She can open and close her eyes and probably see what's around her.


Fetal development diagram - eight months

 

Eight months pregnant

Your baby now weighs around 2.2 kilos (4.7 pounds). His layers of fat are filling him out, making him rounder, and his lungs are well developed.


Fetal development diagram - nine months

 

Nine months pregnant

Your baby is almost due. At birth, the average baby is more than 51 centimeters (20.5 inches) long from head to toe and weighs approximately 3.4 kilograms (7.5 pounds), but babies vary widely in size at this stage.


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Month by month with ultrasound images

See our summary of how your baby is developing from two months. Within each month, interactive 3D ultrasound images give you an idea of how your baby may look.



Labour and birth


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Labour videos

Getting the most from a visit to the doctor: video

Many moms feel they are rushed through their doctor's office and do not receive the medical attention they need. Dr. Dave Greenberg tells what you can do.

Banking cord blood: video

Post-birth problems you should know before the big day: video

All about C-sections: video

Natural birth: video

See all in Labour videos

Giving birth

The stages of childbirth

No one can tell you what your experience of labour will be like or how long it will last. There's plenty you can do to prepare yourself, though. It helps if you know what to expect.

How do I know when I am in labour?

How can I avoid an episiotomy?

What is the Apgar scale?

When should my baby's head engage?

See all in Giving birth

Planning your baby's birth

Packing your hospital bag? What to take...

Print out this checklist to help you remember everything you need for your baby's birth.

Getting the most from a visit to the doctor: video

Prenatal classes

Birth choices - Choosing midwifery care

Can I store my baby's umbilical cord for medical purposes?

See all in Planning your baby's birth

Where to give birth

Is a birth centre a good option for you?

In certain provinces, where midwifery is legislated and legal, midwives can attend your labour and birth in your own home.

Home birth and midwifery

Midwifery across Canada

See all in Where to give birth

Birth partners

Labour partner: why you need one

There are good reasons why you're encouraged to have a birth partner and why midwives and obstetricians are encouraged to involve them in your labour and birth.

Ten tips for labour partners

What is a doula?

Parents' tips: what to do if your mom wants to be there at your baby's birth

Parents' tips: what I wish I'd known about being a birth partner

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Water birth

How to use a birth pool

Allow yourself plenty of time to find out which hospitals near you can provide a birth pool. Ask if your midwife is experienced in water birth.

The history of water birth

What the research says about water birth

Planning a water birth

Pain relief and monitoring in a birth pool

See all in Water birth

Pain relief in labour

Natural pain relief in labour

Applying warmth is a tried-and-tested way of relaxing aching, tense muscles. So it’s no surprise that it’s a very effective way of providing relief from labour pain.

Entonox (gas and air)

Epidural

What is an ambulatory or walking epidural?

Pethidine (Demerol)

See all in Pain relief in labour

Natural ways to bring on labour

I'm overdue: now what?

A lot of women go beyond their expected due date, but the number who have what is called a "prolonged pregnancy" is thought to be somewhere in the range of 4-14 per cent.

What is a membrane sweep?

Natural ways to bring on labour: a guide

Can raspberry leaf bring on labour?

Can walking bring on labour?

See all in Natural ways to bring on labour

Labour complications

Induced labour 101

Most labours begin naturally. Although its usually best to let nature take its course, sometimes the birth process may need a little help. Labour is "induced" when it is started artificially.

Breech birth

Episiotomy

Are there any safe and proven methods to turn a breech baby?

Why might I need an episiotomy during childbirth?

See all in Labour complications

Caesarean section

Writing a caesarean birth plan

You may already know that you are going to have a caesarean, or that it's a possibility, for example, if your baby is breech.

Caesarean section basics

Recovery after a caesarean birth

I'm scared of labour pain. Can I opt for a caesarean section?

How many caesareans can I safely have?

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Your birth stories

Evelyn’s birth: 'I had a gut feeling she was breech.'

Read the story of Evelyn's lucky breech birth as you prepare for your own special experience.

Hayden's Birth: Nothing had prepared me for what my midwife called a precipitous birth

Birth story: 'at 8:30, I was in the pool. I felt immediate relief!'

Cole's birth: So I was taken to the OR to have a forceps delivery…

Chloe's birth: 'we had the tough task of deciding whether or not to fly in my husband.'

See all in Your birth stories

Cord blood banking

Banking your baby's cord blood: an overview

Cord blood banking involves collecting blood left in your newborn's umbilical cord and placenta and storing it for future medical use. Cord blood contains cells called stem cells.

Banking cord blood: video

Donating your baby's cord blood: The basics

How and where to donate your baby’s cord blood

How to choose a private cord blood bank

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Early pregnancy



Prenatal health


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Your physical health in pregnancy

Belly cramps during pregnancy

Round ligament pain

Bleeding gums during pregnancy

Breathlessness during pregnancy

Skin changes during pregnancy

See all in Your physical health in pregnancy

Prenatal tests and care

Amniocentesis

Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)

Glucose tolerance test

Screening for Down syndrome

Urine tests

See all in Prenatal tests and care

Natural remedies for pregnancy ailments

Herbal remedies in pregnancy

Complementary therapies A - Z

Breathlessness (natural remedies)

Carpal tunnel syndrome (natural remedies)

Constipation (natural remedies)

See all in Natural remedies for pregnancy ailments

Pregnancy complications

Pre-eclampsia

Placenta previa

How can I avoid pre-eclampsia?

What you need to know about gestational diabetes

Is measuring large for my stage of pregnancy OK?

See all in Pregnancy complications

Illnesses and infections

Yeast infections in pregnancy

Toxoplasmosis

Hepatitis B

Group B streptococcus

Will it harm my baby if I catch Fifths Disease?

See all in Illnesses and infections

Prenatal ultrasound scans

Ultrasound scans: an overview

Can I find out the sex of my baby at my dating ultrasound?

An ultrasound found bright spots on my baby's heart, is he OK?

Nuchal translucency (NT) ultrasound

Can I have a nuchal ultrasound if I'm expecting twins?

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Drug and treatment safety

Is it safe to take Prozac during pregnancy?

Is it safe to use an asthma inhaler during pregnancy?

Is it safe to have an X-ray during pregnancy?

Is it safe to take acne medicine during pregnancy?

Is it safe to have fillings at the dentist during pregnancy?

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Quitting smoking in pregnancy : Kick that habit!

Is it safe to smoke during pregnancy?

Will it harm my baby to be in a smoky atmosphere?

Quitting smoking: parents' tips

Stopping smoking: compare your options

How to give up smoking during pregnancy

See all in Quitting smoking in pregnancy : Kick that habit!

Having another baby

50 reasons to be glad you're having another baby

Pregnant again? What to expect

Labour and birth: what to expect this time

I'm 16 weeks pregnant with baby number two and huge - why?

I'm nearly 40 and pregnant again - will my age cause problems?

See all in Having another baby

Becoming a Dad



Nutrition and weight gain


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Eating well in pregnancy

What to eat when pregnant at work

If you're rushing around at work, it can be hard to make sure you have perfectly balanced meals every day. And if you are suffering from morning sickness or you are off certain foods…

Party drinks for pregnancy

Vegetarian recipes for pregnancy

Eating well: 0-8 weeks

Eating well: 9-12 weeks

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Healthy eating in pregnancy

Diet for a healthy pregnancy

Now that youre a mom-to-be, it is important to eat well. This will make sure you get all the nutrients you and your developing baby need.

Why you need folic acid

Is a vegetarian diet OK during pregnancy?

Can vitamin B6 relieve morning sickness?

5 most common pregnancy cravings

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Food and drink safety

Is it safe to eat cheese during pregnancy?

You can eat most cheeses when you're pregnant, and cheese is great source of calcium. However, some cheeses are not as safe to eat as others.

Alcohol and your pregnancy

Caffeine and pregnancy: what's safe?

Is it safe to drink alcohol during pregnancy?

Is it safe to drink coffee during pregnancy?

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Weight gain in pregnancy

How many calories a day do I need while I'm pregnant?

We're all different shapes and sizes, so any recommendation about calorie consumption during pregnancy is based on averages.

I'm overweight and pregnant. Should I lose weight?

Weight gain in pregnancy basics

Pregnancy weight gain estimator

See all in Weight gain in pregnancy

Ramadan and pregnancy

Tips for a healthy fast

There is no need to limit yourself to your Iftar and your Suhoor. In fact, rather than feasting at these two times, it is better to have several well-balanced, nutritious meals …

Fasting in pregnancy

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Your baby's development month by month




Baby health


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Teething and dental care

Baby teething: how to ease the distress

Your baby may sprout her first teeth with no problems at all, but it could be a painful and drawn-out process.

Which is better for my baby -- her pacifier or her thumb?

Caring for your baby's teeth

When, and how, should I wean my baby off her soother?

Could teething be waking my baby?

See all in Teething and dental care

Caring for your sick baby

When to call the doctor (for parents of babies)

If you've got a baby, you'd best get used to the trip to your doctor’s office. Chances are you're going to be doing it rather a lot over the next few years!

Fever in babies

Baby health A - Z

When is your child too sick for daycare?

Dehydration in babies

See all in Caring for your sick baby

Vaccines and immunizations

Immunizations: what to expect on the day

When you take your baby to your doctor for the first time, usually two or three days after his birth you will receive information on immunizations.

Immunizations: an overview

Is it safe to immunize my child?

Childhood diseases and their vaccines

Are immunizations really necessary these days?

See all in Vaccines and immunizations

Colic and crying

Seven reasons babies cry and how to soothe them

All babies cry sometimes. They have to. Even entirely healthy newborns will cry for somewhere between one and three hours each day.

Colic in babies

How do we cope with a baby that cries all the time?

My baby cries all the time. How can I cheer her up?

Crying A - Z

See all in Colic and crying

Rashes and skin conditions

Childhood rashes and skin conditions: photos

Does your child have a rash or skin condition? This photo guide shows you what common childhood rashes look like.

Baby acne

Birthmarks on babies

Cradle cap on babies

Baby hair loss

See all in Rashes and skin conditions

Diaper rash

What is diaper rash?

Diaper rash is an inflammatory reaction of the skin on your baby’s perineal area. It often first appears when your baby is one to three weeks old.

6 common causes and treatments for diaper rash

Caring for your baby's diaper rash in three easy steps

Easy ways to prevent diaper rash

Diaper rash: know when to take your baby to the doctor

See all in Diaper rash

Baby eczema

What is eczema?

Eczema is a dry, itchy skin condition that affects somewhere between 15 and 20 per cent of children at some point. It usually appears for the first time before your child is two.

How can I best treat my baby's eczema at home?

Is bathing in bleach safe for treating eczema?

Is my baby's eczema triggered by a reaction to food?

When should I take my child to the doctor for eczema?

See all in Baby eczema

Tummy troubles

Baby poo guide: photos

Most new parents find baby poo quite surprising! It has so many shades and consistencies that even experienced parents may not have seen them all.

Constipation in babies

Diarrhea in babies

Vomiting: what's normal and what's not

Your baby's poo: what's normal and what's not

See all in Tummy troubles

First aid

First-aid kit shopping list

Some ready-assembled first-aid kits are economical and contain many of the items you will find essential. But it is unlikely that you will find everything your family needs in one product.

Accidental poisoning in babies

First-aid checklist for traveling with your baby

First aid for choking : an illustrated guide

First aid directory

See all in First aid

Baby illnesses and conditions

Signs of a serious fever

A fever in a baby under three months old is serious and she should see her doctor on the first day of the fever. Older children should be seen by their doctor after 72 hours of fever.

Meningitis in babies

Baby hearing

Jaundice in babies

Thrush in babies

See all in Baby illnesses and conditions

Coughs, colds and flu

Croup in babies

Croup is caused by several common respiratory viruses. It causes the voice box and airway to the lungs to swell, sometimes making it difficult to breathe.

Common cold in babies

Bronchiolitis in babies

Flu in babies

Bird flu in babies

See all in Coughs, colds and flu

Allergies and asthma

Allergies in babies

An allergy is when your child’s immune system reacts inappropriate to a normal part of the environment that he has come into contact with.

Asthma in babies

Treating your baby's asthma

Can you be too clean?

Could my child have hayfever?

See all in Allergies and asthma

Eyes and ears

Ear infections in babies

It can be difficult to tell if your baby has an infection. If she has a cough or runny nose and suddenly develops a fever three to five days later, she may have an ear infection.

Treating your baby's ear infections

Why are my baby's eyes watery and sticky?

My baby's eye is pink. What's causing this?

Earwax: what's healthy and what's not?

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Problems from birth

Down syndrome

Babies with Down syndrome have extra genetic material in their cells. They usually have an extra chromosome in each cell, and this can affect all parts of the body.

Undescended testicles

Children with special needs A - Z

Real lives: "The midwife said she suspected that Daniel had Down syndrome"

Tongue tie in babies

See all in Problems from birth

Keeping your baby safe


More Keeping your baby safe

Safety in the home

Childproofing checklist: Before your baby crawls

On average, babies crawl at eight months, which means many get moving even earlier.

Bathroom safety

Safety in your baby's bedroom

Toy safety

Making your home safe for your baby

See all in Safety in the home

Worry watch

Plasticisers (phthalates) and bisphenol A (BPA)

Plasticizers (phthalates) and bisphenol A (BPA) are chemicals found in lots of household products.

Phthalates: What you need to know

1,4-dioxane

Formaldehyde

Hydrogels

See all in Worry watch

Your baby's sleep


More Your baby's sleep

Basics of good sleep

Establishing good sleep habits: An age-by-age guide

As soon as your baby is born, you can begin to help him establish good sleep habits that will last a lifetime.

How can I get my baby to sleep through the night?

How much sleep does your baby need?

Establishing good sleep habits: newborn to 3 months

Establishing good sleep habits: 3 to 6 months

See all in Basics of good sleep

Sleep problems and solutions

How can I get my baby to sleep?

For the first six weeks, and sometimes 12 weeks, most babies sleep erratically. You are lucky if you see a pattern emerging before this time.

Why is my baby suddenly waking in the night?

How can I keep my baby warm while he sleeps?

My baby turns onto her front to sleep. Is this safe?

Will solids help my baby sleep through the night?

See all in Sleep problems and solutions

Sleep safety

How to make bed sharing safe

Make sure both you and your partner want to have your baby sleeping with you in your bed. If one person isn't sure, agree on a trial period, and then assess it.

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

How can I make sharing a bed with my baby safe?

Does co-sleeping reduce the risk of SIDS?

Will kissing my baby increase the risk of SIDS?

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Lullaby podcasts

Itsy bitsy spider lullaby lyrics

Get the lullaby lyrics for Incey wincey spider and other popular lullabies.

Day is done lullaby lyrics

Old King Cole lullaby lyrics

Toora, loora, loora lullaby lyrics

One, two, three lullaby lyrics

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Breastfeeding


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How to breastfeed

Breastfeeding for beginners

If you've just started breastfeeding, you're doing a positive thing for you and your baby. Even though it's nature's food, breastfeeding doesn't always come naturally at first.

Signs that your baby is getting enough milk

Preparing to breastfeed

Good positions for breastfeeding

How breasts make milk in pregnancy

See all in How to breastfeed

Breastfeeding problems and solutions

Sore nipples

Sore nipples are so common to new breastfeeding moms that many think they are part and parcel of breastfeeding. But this isn't so. It's normal to feel some tenderness at the beginning…

Engorged breasts

Mastitis

Leaking breasts

Breastfeeding and thrush

See all in Breastfeeding problems and solutions

Pumping and expressing

Expressing breastmilk

Expressing your milk is simply a way of taking milk from your breast without your baby nursing. You can do this by hand, with a manual pump, with an electric pump…

Pumping and the working mom

How can I express my milk by hand?

What's the best way to freeze breastmilk?

How can I express more milk?

See all in Pumping and expressing

Breastfeeding support and tips

What I wish I'd known about breastfeeding

Whether you’re a new mother in need of advice, or hoping breastfeeding will be easier this time around, other BabyCenter Canada moms have plenty of tips, guidance and knowledge…

Extended breastfeeding: is it for you?

How can I include my partner when I breastfeed?

Do moms have to breastfeed? What if I don't want to?

What are the benefits of breastfeeding?

See all in Breastfeeding support and tips

Stopping breastfeeding

How long should I breastfeed?

By deciding to breastfeed you have already given your baby the best possible start in life, and scientific evidence states that the longer you breastfeed the greater the health benefits for both of you…

Weaning from the breast

How to handle pressure to wean

My baby doesn't want to stop breastfeeding. What should I do?

See all in Stopping breastfeeding

What to eat and drink when you are breastfeeding

Breastfeeding and your diet

Like most breastfeeding moms, you probably worry that something you eat or drink will pass into your breast milk and harm your baby.

Diet for a healthy breastfeeding mom

Caffeine and breastfeeding

What can I eat and drink when I'm breastfeeding?

Is it safe to eat spicy food when pregnant or breastfeeding?

See all in What to eat and drink when you are breastfeeding

Your toddler's development month by month



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Toddler development


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Your toddler's development month by month

Your 24-month-old's development

Your toddler turning two is a big milestone. He may now be happy to share his play space with a friend or sibling.

Your 13-month-old's development

Your 14-month-old's development

Your 15-month-old's development

Your 16-month-old's development

See all in Your toddler's development month by month

Physical development

How to encourage your toddler's physical development

These practical play ideas will help keep your active toddler occupied while boosting her developing physical skills. Best of all, they can easily be fitted into your daily routine.

How can I encourage my 14-month-old to walk?

Toddler action: Climbing and balancing

Toddler action: Drawing and scribbling

Toddler action: Dressing and undressing

See all in Physical development

Speech and language

Helping your toddler to talk

The more you chat to your toddler, the more opportunities she is likely to have to learn how to talk. However, all children are different and learn to talk at different rates

Developmental milestones: writing

Developmental milestones: Talking

Is it too soon to teach my toddler the alphabet?

Why does my toddler love repetition?

See all in Speech and language

Raising a bilingual child

The importance of reading to your bilingual child

Regardless of which languages your child is learning, reading to her is fundamental. It helps build the foundation for language and literacy development early on.

Is it true that children in bilingual families start talking later?

Raising a bilingual child when you don't speak the second language

Fun, music, and games to play with your bilingual child

What to do when your family is against your child being raised bilingual

See all in Raising a bilingual child

Developmental delays and concerns

My 19-month-old doesn't walk yet. What should I do?

Most children are walking well by 15 months, so you have reason for concern if your child hasn't taken his first steps beyond that age.

My toddler has bowlegs. Is this normal?

Why can't my toddler draw with crayons?

What is "low muscle tone" and what does it mean?

Should I worry that my toddler doesn't seem strong enough to ride a tricycle yet?

See all in Developmental delays and concerns


Toddler nutrition



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Feeding your toddler well

Solids by age: 12 to 18 months

Now that your little one is officially a toddler, her eating habits may well change. Toddlers are notorious for being picky eaters

Solids by age: 18 to 24 months

Solids by age: 24 to 36 months

How to feed your toddler

Stroller snacks: video

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Toddler drinking

Does my toddler really need to drink water?

What should my toddler drink?

How much milk does my toddler need in a day?

Should I give my toddler juice?

Parents' tips: getting your toddler to drink from a cup

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Food and nutrition concerns

How to cope with toddler feeding problems

When you are feeling at the end of your rope with a fussy eater, take a deep breath, relax and remember this is a normal phase in your toddler's development and will resolve with time.

Your toddler's nutrition

Why is my child such a fussy eater?

How can I make sure my toddler gets plenty of iron?

Can I give my 27-month-old omega 3 fish oil vitamin?

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Bad habits and table manners

How can I teach my toddler to drink from a cup without spills?

How can we have a pleasant family meal with a toddler?

Why won't my toddler eat with a spoon?

How do I get my toddler to drink from a cup?

How can we help our toddler give up his bottle?

See all in Bad habits and table manners

How much food

My toddler won't eat

Feeding problems: Overweight

Feeding problems: Refusing to eat

Feeding problems: Refusing to eat favourite foods

Is it all right to let my child eat when he's hungry, or do we need to stick to a schedule?

See all in How much food

Picky eaters

Seven new strategies for feeding a picky eater

How to avoid making meals a power struggle

How to handle a picky eater

How to deal with a sweet tooth

What is the best way to cope with my fussy eater? (Photos)

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Recipes and meal plans

Developing your family's tastes

Developing your family's tastes: photos

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Behaviour


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Teaching values

How to teach your child to share (ages 3 to 4)

You can't have it! your child shouts as he grabs his toy truck from his playmate. No sooner have you smoothed out that squabble than another erupts.

How to talk to your preschooler about death

How to talk to your child about disabilities

How to talk to your child about race

How to talk to your child about strangers

See all in Teaching values

Discipline strategies

Alternatives to "no" (ages 3 to 4)

Maybe your preschooler ignores the word "no," or maybe you'd just like to take a more positive approach to disciplining her. Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives to this overused command.

Swearing and potty talk: how to nip them in the bud

Aggression: why it happens and what to do about it (age 2)

Aggression: why it happens and what to do about it (ages 3 to 4)

How often should I let my child win?

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