Moving to another country has a permanent impact. Your child won't become a native of their new home, but will never again feel fully at home in the place they left behind. Are third-culture kids global citizens or perpetual foreigners?
You know all about baby care now, but parenting two is a whole other experience. Will you have a harder or easier time with your second baby? Let's see what science has to say about that!
Will an immigrant or expat child who starts attending school in a whole new language quickly become proficient, or is language learning more of a challenge for school-aged kids than most people assume?
School ins't just school, but friends, teachers, classrooms, rules, academics, culture... and adjusting to a whole new school is a really big change. How can you help your child transition and ultimately thrive?
When Cincinnati zoo shared a picture of their one-year-old black rhino still nursing, we bet the comments weren't what they expected. They did, however, say a lot about society's attitude towards breastfeeding.
There’s nothing you can do to make your child walk before they’re ready, but there are a few tricks and little home adventures you engage in to encourage their desire to walk.
No research has shown that holding your child's hands to support them while walking is dangerous, so just read your baby's cues and don't overdo it.
The most common question that parents ask about their healthy children is when the child should walk. In most parts of the world, it's a major developmental milestone, equivalent to talking and learning how to use a potty.
The first year of a child’s life is packed with firsts. The most anticipated milestone — together with talking — is definitely taking those first little steps.
Before children learn how to walk, they'll go through several stages of preparation for the big milestone: sitting, crawling, standing with support, and cruising while holding onto furniture.