Before you know it, your child has turned four and then five years old. You may find that your somewhat calm child of three has now become a dynamo of energy, drive, bossiness, belligerence, and generally out-of-bounds behavior.
Is your preschooler due for a check-up? See the AAP Schedule of Well-Child Care Visits.
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