If you have a child, life can be very rewarding, but also quite challenging. Kids require a lot from their parents and from the environment they live in. You may have questions about how to help your little one grow up healthy, happy, and smart. This website offers practical advice on parenting children of all ages, from pregnancy through the teenage years. The information also covers child development topics, such as language acquisition, learning, and social skills. Additional articles cover child safety and injury prevention, as well as the impact of family dynamics on children's health and behavior. You can also find useful information about kids' furniture, toys, clothing, and gear. And if you want to know what makes kids tick, explore our articles on child psychology and behavior.
Who we are
We are parents who have studied child development and related subjects. We also have backgrounds in website development and design, so we decided to put our skills to use by creating this site. This website is a resource for parents who want expert tips on raising kids from child development experts, as well as from other parents.
Our mission is to help you become a better parent and raise healthy, happy, smart kids. We provide expert information that will not only give you insight into your child's behavior but will also help you find ways to improve it. We want you to feel confident as a parent and enjoy your kids during their often turbulent teenage years.
How we can help
There are many things that influence how your child turns out, like genetics and family life. But one of the most important factors is parenting. On this website, you will find knowledge about parenting techniques that research has shown to be healthy and helpful for children's development. We provide ideas on how to support your child physically, emotionally, mentally, and socially. You'll also find information on building nutritious meals, developing good sleep habits, managing stress, staying active together as a family, encouraging learning in the early years, and dealing with worry when your child comes down with an illness or injury. This website provides professional advice for parents on all aspects of child-rearing.
Who is this site for
This site is primarily intended for parents and caregivers, but anyone who is interested in childhood development can benefit from it. It can be helpful for teachers and professionals who work with children. If you are a grandparent, aunt, or uncle, this site will also prove useful to you.
How we select our content
We write about what we believe will be useful and helpful to other parents. We do not write for an academic audience; we focus on practical information that can make a difference in your everyday life.
This website is for informational purposes only. It is not meant to replace the advice of a doctor or other qualified health professional. Please consult with your pediatrician regarding any specific medical concerns for your child.