Motherhood requires almost perpetual adjustment to your child's needs. It can often seem that just as you get used to dealing with one aspect of your child's development, he or she is on to the next. In our articles, we share with you common questions and concerns of mothers about their child's development in a variety of areas. We also write about the issues and approaches involved in our helping mother-child pairs successfully move through the many stages of ongoing development. If you are a mother of a child age zero-to-three and are interested in discussing your adjustment to mothering your child with a supportive group of mothers and expert leadership, read more about our mother support groups. If you are the parent of an older child, or are seeking individualized expert advice, read more about our developmental dialogues.
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