Child Development

Myths About Suicide: Depression is a Sign of Weakness

This is part one of a three-part series on myths surrounding suicide. “If you were stronger you would get over... Read full post »

Should I Be Worried if My Child is In-Toeing?

In-toeing is a type of standing posture or gait pattern in which a child’s feet, and in some cases the... Read full post »

Talking to Your Kids About Depression and Suicide

As a parent, you want the best for your children. You work every day to protect them from harm. Sometimes... Read full post »

Habits in Children – Are They Cause for Concern?

A habit is defined as an acquired behavior pattern sometimes followed so regularly it can become involuntary. Commonly, people associate... Read full post »

Exercise as Medicine: What’s Your Child’s Dose?

If you knew you could help prevent diseases by taking medicine, you likely would. Well, have you ever thought of... Read full post »

6 Signs Your Child May Have Bladder Dysfunction

Once your child has been successfully potty-trained – ‘taking care of business’ should get easier – but what if the... Read full post »
Father talking to his distraught son.

How to Talk to Your Kids About Tragedy

News of natural disasters, mass shootings, bombs and politics is enough to frighten adults, but children may feel even more... Read full post »

Car Seat Conundrums – You Asked, We Answered

We asked for your car seat questions on Facebook and you delivered! Here are the answers to some of your... Read full post »