When Do Girls Stop Growing?

Girls go through stages of slower growth as well as growth spurts until they reach about 14 or 15 years old–at this point, girls usually reach their maximum adult height….

When Do Boys Stop Growing?

All children are different when it comes to height, weight, and other aspects of their growth and development–however, when looking at various age groups, certain trends appear that can help…

Is 32 oz Equal To 4 Cups (And Other Helpful Conversations)

Knowing how to convert basic measurements is a helpful skill to have, particularly when it comes to cooking and baking in your kitchen! For example, when you know that 32…

9 Reasons Why My Baby Is Farting A Lot

While it’s not something people talk about often, flatulence–or farting–is a completely natural bodily function that everyone does. If you are a first-time parent, you might be surprised at how…

Transitioning Your Baby To One Nap

As your baby gets older, they need less and less sleep–this means more time for play and learning! Changing a baby’s sleep habits can be challenging though and it’s important…

5 Signs Your Child May Have Torticollis

Torticollis is a medical condition that results in the sternocleidomastoid muscle on one side of the neck being shorter than the other. There are two types of torticollis: congenital and…

How Much Should A Toddler Weigh?

While weight for toddlers can range based on several factors, there are guidelines that you can use to evaluate your toddler’s weight. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…

Cry It Out Naps (What You Need To Know)

The cry it out method is a controversial type of sleeping training that is used by some families to get their babies to sleep–it is also called the Ferber method…

Best Learning Toys For Toddlers Aged 2

At the age of two, your toddler is quickly growing, developing, and learning–and they are busy! Toddlers are very curious creatures that want to get involved with everything and they…

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