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Your mini-me is growing into their own and they have the personality, milestones under their belt and emotional intelligence to prove it. Here we’ll detail everything your child—and you, Mama—need to thrive during this exciting time in your lives.

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Dad’s viral TikTok hilariously nails every parent’s anxiety when little kids sleep in

Raise your hand if you've felt this way, too.

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Children's Health

Does my child have sleep apnea?

Kids can be affected by this condition, too—here’s what to know.

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Children's Health

7 nutrient-dense bedtime snacks for your kids’ evening routine, according to a dietitian

Taking the guesswork out of that inevitable question.

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Child Nutrition

6 Trader Joe’s lunch box heroes I always have on hand

These pantry staples make packing my kids’ lunches *way* easier.

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News

Kids may soon be able to get plant-based milk options at school

According to the USDA’s findings, 29 percent of the cartons of milk served in our schools are thrown in the garbage unopened.

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Child Nutrition

Should we really be worried about picky eaters?

Parents and kids already have enough on their plates, literally.

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Child Learn & Play

How to create a memorable first day of homeschool

One thing I’ve learned is that the first day of homeschool should feel like an adventure—it’s a chance to redefine how we learn and bond as a family.

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Parenting

How to talk to kids about politics in an election year

If it feels hard to broach the subject, don’t worry—but don’t avoid it. Talking to kids about politics in an age-appropriate way can strengthen their understanding—and your relationship.

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Child Learn & Play

Let them choose the long book

In the grand scheme of life, I know I will never regret it.

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Parenting

5 tips for cultivating positive masculinity in the next generation of men

Challenge the societal expectations and preconceived notions about what it means to be a boy or a man.

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Child Shopping Guide

The best phones for kids to keep them safely connected

Parental controls are just one of many features on these phones for kids.

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Brick by brick, LEGO® DUPLO® helps preschoolers build friendships

It’s all about collaborative play.

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Our Partners

We found the perfect gift for your toddler’s next birthday

10 reasons why LEGO® DUPLO® sets reign supreme.

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Our Partners

Our packing must-have for toddler travel? LEGO® sets

Long wait times and endless lines have met their match.

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Parenting

Your guide to age-appropriate responsibilities for toddlers to teens

When is your child old enough to choose their own clothes, make their own friends or clean their own messes? You might be surprised.

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Child

Your mini-me is growing into their own and they have the personality…

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Child Learn & Play

How to create a memorable first day of homeschool

One thing I’ve learned is that the first day of homeschool should feel like an adventure—it’s a chance to redefine how we learn and bond as a family.

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Going to Music Together® classes is a bonding experience to cherish forever

There’s nothing like the warm feeling when you and your child sing a favorite song together…

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Parenting

How to talk to kids about politics in an election year

If it feels hard to broach the subject, don’t worry—but don’t avoid it. Talking to kids about politics in an age-appropriate way can strengthen their understanding—and your relationship.

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Child Learn & Play

Let them choose the long book

In the grand scheme of life, I know I will never regret it.

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