You do your best to fill your child's plate with veggies and fruits, but often time you're met with such resistance and protest, you find yourself giving up and pulling out the ol' stand-by: macaroni and cheese, chicken nuggets, goldfish crackers...Help!
No matter how cookie cutter they seemed, even The Brady's dealt with sibling rivalry. Peter was jealous of Greg. Cindy was jealous of Peter. And everyone was jealous of Marcia. Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.Today, Parents Ask experts Joanne Stern, Ph.D., Foster Cline, MD, and Betsy Brown Braun take a look and discuss this age old family problem. The question is, what is normal and how can you minimize it?
The good news: you've potty trained one kid, now it's time for the other. The bad news: Boys and girls require a little different "training." Today, Parents Ask experts Dr. Foster Cline, Betsy Brown Braun, and Dr. Anne Corwin share their tips on do's, don'ts, and signs of potty training-readiness.
New York Times blogger Lisa Belkin (Motherlode), therapist Betsy Brown Braun (author of Just Tell Me What to Say: Sensible Tips and Scripts for Perplexed Parents), and Eli Davidson (author of Funky to Fabulous) discuss the problem of children having too many extracurricular activities and not having enough downtime to just play, day dream and just be a kid.
How much screen time is enough? How much screen time is too much? Our parents ask experts, Ann Corwin, Betsy Brown Braun and Monica Vila share their advice and offer their insight about kids and technology so parents can create a healthy "media diet" for their kids.
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