It sounds like a good thing — and it can be. But experts warn against getting carried away.
A new study found a correlation between exposure to screens and atypical sensory processing in toddlers. Here's what to know.
Experts say lying is developmentally normal and offer advice on how to handle the situation.
"Women don’t need to be tied to the kitchen sink in order for their children to be able to listen to their bodies," said one parenting expert.
But some parents are having none of it.
Children's health experts who are parents share the foods and beverages they tend to keep out of their homes.
“Words carry so much power with children – we all need to build them up, not knock them down."
This week, a HuffPost UK reader shares how their gentle, shy child gets hit or pushed a lot by other kids in social settings. Should they teach them to fight back?
It's not so much being able to read or write, but more about the life skills that'll set them up in class.