“D” is for Discipline

All children need consistent guidelines and reasonable expectations to help them learn, as well as to feel safe and understood. Discipline is most effective when approached as an opportunity to teach a child appropriate behavior, rather than as a punishment. A parent...

Daddy and Me

Beginning in April, Well Baby Center is offering a unique opportunity for dads to bond with their babies while connecting with other fathers in our very first Daddy and Me class. One of the biggest challenges of parenting is feeling that you and your partner are not...

“C” is for Child-Centered Activity or “Special Time”

Children learn about the world and themselves through play. Playtime can also be a wonderful opportunity for you to bond with your child — to let her know you “get” who she is and what she might be thinking and feeling as demonstrated through her play themes. ...

“B” is for Behavioral Problems

Parents can help their children when they are experiencing “big feelings” by trying to understand the thoughts and feelings that might be underneath the problem behavior. In the midst of a tantrum parents might simply try letting their child know that they are “with”...