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What Happens When...?: Toys That Engage Your Toddler's Fascination with Cause and Effect

Around 18 months, children become fascinated with learning how their actions lead to events in their interactions with objects and other people.
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Mirror, Mirror: The Surprising Benefits of Mirror in Play
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the cutest baby of them all? Surprise, it’s you, little one!
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Coordination
I Like to Move It (Move It): Dance as a Way to Improve Kids’ Motor Skills
Shaking your body to music is a basic human need. Yes - it is a need because we all love dancing! Sway to the left and swing to the right. Admit it, even with all your back pains and swollen joints, you still enjoy dancing.
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Toys
The Best Birthday Gift Ideas for Your Friend’s Little One
When it comes to our babies, birthdays are serious business. You are willing to spend time, money, and energy to make fun and lasting memories. We bet you would even dress up as a clown if your kid wants you to! This is, of course, the very same intention you have for your friend’s little one.
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Problem Solving
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The Sinister Screen: Reasons to Minimize Your Toddler’s Screentime
Too tired to play with your energetic toddler? Make them play mobile games on your phone. Little Bertha throws a tantrum? Give them your iPad and blast the latest episode of Peppa Pig. Can’t keep an eye on your child because of work? Turn your TV on so they can watch cartoons.
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Does My Baby Not Like Me? Here is Why Your Child is Not Very Interactive
From experience, we can say that children can be a bit judgy at times. They will let you know if you smell funny or look weird in an outfit, no holds barred. They will also make it obvious when they don’t like you.
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Expecting a Baby Soon? Here’s How You Can Baby-Proof Your House
Normally, houses are designed to accommodate adults, not babies. Tall kitchen counters, slippery tiles, and bottles of vodka are all things for grown-ups. For this reason, most parents (ourselves included) panic once they learn that a tiny bean is on the way. How can they live safely in such a house?
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