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  • Buy Suitable Toys for Toddlers
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    There’s something about shopping for toys that brings out the kid in every grown-up. And when the kid comes out, it’s tough for some grown-up to keep in mind who they’re shopping for. Instead of buying what’s appropriate for the chilled in th...
  • Tantrums Behavior
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    If toddlers ever needed excuses to throw tantrums, they’ve got them during the average vacation: disrupted sleep schedules, erratic eating, long periods of enforced sitting, unfamiliar surroundings. Since tantrums on the road are even tougher to de...
  • Relaxation Techniques for Toddlers
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    Sometimes, a bundler of energy can become so over wound that constructive channeling is no longer possible. When this happens, it’s best to begin the unwinding process promptly. Try relaxing your toddler with any of these soothing techniques:  ...
  • Does Your Toddler ready for a Swim?
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    When is the best time for your child to take plunge and begin formal swimming lessons? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, not until the age of three. Although splashing in a wading pool (with adult supervision) or in a big pool (in the...
  • Toddler and Pets (Animals)
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    Whether or not you have a pet at home, toddlers should be pet-proofed as early on as possible. Teach your toddler the following rules for safety’s sake:   Let sleeping (and eating) dogs (and cats) lie. Don’t touch or go near them when they’r...
  • Spend Toddler’s Energy Right
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    Most toddlers are bundles of energy. The challenge is to find outlets for that endless energy that are safe, acceptable, and too wearying for tired parents trying to keep up. When your toddler starts bouncing off the walls (and the sofa, and the nigh...
  • Signs of Superchild Syndrome
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    Sometimes it isn’t easy for parents to recognize when they’ve been pushing their child too hard. While a few parents quite consciously set about trying to create a superchild, most parents aren’t even aware that they are pushing – much less t...
  • Leaving Your Toddler
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    The hardest part of leaving your toddler with a baby-sitter or a caregiver will always be saying good-bye. To make it little easier, try the following:...
  • Nurturing The Scientist in Your Toddler
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    There are many little scientists in every toddler. Look closely at yours, and you will not only see a physicist in the sand box, but a botanist, entomologist, and geologist in the park, an oceanographer at the beach, a chemist in the kitchen, an inve...
  • Create a Sleeping Routine
    on Apr 25, 2009 in frontpage
    Going to bed can be a pleasant experience – one that’s looked forward to as day draws to a close – or it can be an unpleasant one – dreaded by child and parent alike. It all depends on the trappings. To make bedtime a highlight of the family...
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