The Destroyer: 8 Ways to Help Kids Express Big Feelings in a Better Way
Chucking books, ripping up artwork, generally destroying stuff: Have a little destructosaur? Here's how to understand this common behavior—and help him move through it.Read more
Want to Light Up Your Baby's Brain? Talk, Coo, and Smile, Too.
Stimulate your baby's brain by asking questions and making faces. It's never too early to interact.Read more
Pretend Gun Play: Why Do Some Kids Love Games that Go Bang-Bang?
Fascination with weapon play is normal for many children (boys especially), but it can also be really distressing for parents: Here's how to nurture the positive side of his good guy, bad guy world.Read more
Let Her Play! Pretending Today Helps Kids Build Skills For Tomorrow
Dramatic play is a powerful way for young children to develop socially, emotionally, and cognitively.Read more
"I ONLY Want Mama!" The Straight Scoop on Parental Preference
It's normal and it's nothing personal! Here's what's behind the whole parental preference phase—and 6 ways to handle it with grace.Read more