By Daniel Sherwin, Founder of DadSolo
Raising children comes with many challenges and rewards. If you’re like most parents, you’ve probably felt completely overwhelmed at some point while raising your kids. However, there are countless great resources for helping you through all the tough times and finding answers to all your questions. Here are some basic tips and resources you need to know at every stage of your children’s development below.
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Babies and Toddlers
Infants and toddlers require special care and attention. This information will help you understand their needs and establish healthy habits in their first few years.
- Choosing a Pediatrician for Your New Baby
- Activities for Bonding and Learning from 12 to 24 Months
- Best Ways to Help Children Fall Asleep at Nap Time
As your kids get into preschool and grade school, they’ll become more independent. These resources will help them learn, grow and stay healthy as they try out their interests.
- The Benefits of Chess for Kids
- 7 Educational and Entertaining Activities for Young Kids
- When to Take Your Sick Child to the Doctor
- 16 Mind-Blowing Exercise Games To Make Kids Active, Fit & Healthy
Many teens like to think they can take care of themselves alone, but they still need guidance, patience and understanding. Find resources for helping your teens navigate through these tough years below.
- Scholar Ahead Can Connect Your Child to Exciting Internship Opportunities
- Be an Effective Role Model for Your Teens by Earning a Degree
- Social Development During the Teen Years
- Staying Connected to Your Teen
Each stage of raising a child presents its own unique set of challenges. By educating yourself and seeking out resources like these, you can get through any struggles you face together.
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