There are cases when delayed walking or walking on tiptoes mean that something is wrong with a child's feet, but most of the time it's normal and will go away by the age of two, unless caused by some underlying medical condition.
All siblings have conflicts — and this is completely normal. As universal as fights are, learning to solve disagreements is also really important. How can parents handle sibling conflicts among their children?
Are older siblings always jealous of their new baby siblings — and what can parents do to help ease the transition? Anna, a mother of seven, shares her ample experience with SteadyHealth.
When your child becomes the victim of bullying at school, you may begin to feel as helpless as as they are. What can you do to make the bullying stop?
You’ve probably had “baby shoes” for a long time, those soft-soled slip-ons for when it gets chilly in the stroller, but now your little one walks independently and it’s time to purchase the first real toddler shoes.
Maverick, who came to Catalan Spain from Colombia as a child, faced immense obstacles in adapting to her new culture, school, and language. What can new immigrant families learn from her experiences?
My parents were loving and supportive, but I never told them about the relentless bullying I faced in school. It's not unlikely that your child wouldn't either. Why, and how do you recognize the signs of bullying?
Parents often wonder if there's something that can help their child learn to walk faster. Although there's no need to rush your little one into walking, there are toys that are specifically designed for them to hold onto to practice their walking skills.
"The stork can take him away" horror stories aside, most kids actually adapt to baby siblings quite easily. Here's how you can help them.
Bullying, as hurtful as it is, is not rare by any stretch of the imagination. What makes a child bully others in school, and who is at risk of becoming a bullying victim?