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Born To Run: Helping Toddlers with Wandering

This week’s Triple P post gives suggestions for wandering toddlers. Infants and toddlers are natural born movers and shakers. After they learn to confidently walk, it doesn’t take long before they are darting off in every direction to explore their environment. Your child, who once happily sat in a baby carrier or rode along in …

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¿Un hermanito nuevo? – Preparando a tu peque para la llegada del bebé

Un nuevo bebé significa cambios importantes para toda la familia. Las reacciones de los peques pueden variar desde ser útiles con los pañales o las comidas, hasta celos o comportamiento infantil. Preparar a tu peque para la llegada del nuevo bebé ayudará a que estos se puedan conectar desde el comienzo. Estos son algunos pasos …

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Teaching Your Preschooler To Stop Interrupting

This week, the Triple P Team discusses ways to teach preschoolers how to play quietly and independently while you are busy. When you first become a parent, even the simplest of tasks can seem challenging. But as you move through the baby and toddler years, certain things become easier, such as your child being able to …

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Taste Of Independence: Supporting your toddler’s independent eating

This week, the Triple P Team offers ways to help your toddler lean to feed themselves more independently. Infant and toddler eating habits seem to change in the blink of an eye. One day they request nothing but scrambled eggs for every meal, and the next, they won’t touch the stuff. The same can be …

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Playground Struggles: Minimizing Playtime Fighting and Aggression

In this blog post from the Triple P Team, we explore how to minimize toddler fighting and aggression.  Ask most parents and they will tell you that preschoolers have big feelings. One minute, they ooze with love and affection. The next, steam is shooting from their ears over the injustices of not being allowed to color …

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Home-Grown Fun

Parenting Now’s July 2017 Register-Guard article in the Healthy Families section: Summer vacation is in full swing, and many families are enjoying more relaxed ­mornings, lazy afternoons, popsicles and sunshine. But along with all that summer fun comes the ­inevitable, “I’m bored.” While we can’t be our children’s 24-hour personal entertainment service, it is important …

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A la camita… Los retos a la hora de dormir a tu peque

¿Pensaste que las noches en vela estaban reservadas solo para la fase de un peque que acaba de nacer? La mayoría de los padres y madres pueden testificar que en cada etapa habrá interrupciones en el sueño. Uno de cada tres peques menores a 5 años, experimentan problemas a la hora de irse a dormir, …

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Language of Love

In this blog post from the Triple P Team, we explore how to encourage toddler language development.  Toddlerhood is a fabulously fun time for language development. Toddlers are learning new words a mile a minute—and understanding most of what they hear! Like adorable, walking, talking parrots, you’ll notice your toddler repeating back what you just …

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Help Wanted: Is Your Child Ready for Chores?

In this week’s blog post from the Triple P Team, we talk about chores. Ah, summer vacation… For families with school-aged children, it’s days filled with running through sprinklers, cooling down with popsicles, and eating picnics in the backyard. It’s also a time filled with endless piles of dirty dishes, mountains of wet towels and …

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