Are You “On Track” as a Parent?

Parents know most of the important developmental milestones of childhood – when babies roll over, sit, walk, talk, ride a tricycle, etc. You’ve probably looked them up to make sure your kids are “on track,” or compared your child’s progress¬†with the Jones baby next door. But you may not know that there are well-defined developmental milestones for you as a parent, as well. Now revealed for the first time, “Harley Rotbart’s Developmental Milestones of Parenting,” my post this month for Parents Magazine. See if you’re “on track” in your growth as a parent.

Click here to check your progress, and send comments letting me know if the shoe fits…

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2 Responses to Are You “On Track” as a Parent?

  1. Dawn Hilgers August 1, 2016 at 11:41 am #

    I was unable to “click here” to check my progress – Page is not found – is there a new link to get to
    Harley Rotbart’s Developmental Milestones of Parenting ?

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