1. Steps to Curb Aggressive Behavior in Toddlers

    Children Staring at Each Other AggressivelyIt may have happened suddenly and without warning, or so it seemed: Your little, adorable, peaceful angel has suddenly been replaced by an aggressive toddler who hits and bites relatives, other children, and even you.

    Although this behavior is unpleasant, it’s not out of the ordinary.

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  2. Educating Your Kids on the Benefits of Sleep

    Child Sleeping PeacefullyAs a new school year begins, parents may be facing the problem of how to get their kids to go to bed at a reasonable hour. A solution: Kids will go to sleep if they understand why it’s important, studies have found.

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  3. Transitioning Back to Your Day Job After Maternity Leave

    Mom and Baby BoyReturning to work after maternity leave can be difficult and filled with mixed emotions, even for the most organized of moms. Finding a good caregiver, adjusting to your previous work schedule, and getting yourself and baby ready each morning are just some of the challenges that many new moms face. With a little planning, you can be back on top of your game in no time. Below are a few tips to help make your transition back to work seamless, for both you and your newborn.

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  4. New Parents: How to Work Toward a Full Night’s Sleep

    Fussy Baby & Sleepy MomMost moms with a newborn experience and are anxious to progress beyond the agony of sleep deprivation. Early on, often newborns eat frequently, sometimes as often as every two hours. Unless you have a helper who can handle several feedings in a row, you’re unlikely to come close to a “full night” of sleep until baby is closer to 2 to 3 months old.

    In the meantime, here are some tips that may help you catch at least some of the elusive zzz’s you once knew so well:

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  5. Take the Stress out of Mealtime: Tips to Get Kids to Eat Healthfully

    Whether it’s lunchtime and your child prefers French fries and chicken nuggets instead of hummus and veggie sticks, or at snack time wants a doughnut instead of a yogurt, you are not alone. Many parents struggle to figure out how to get kids to eat healthy foods, especially when unhealthy, overly processed foods are often more convenient.

    All kids face different challenges and circumstances, but, in general, if you want to get your kids to eat better, then consider these proven tips:

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