In the first few months of life a bath can be a soothing and relaxing time for parents and baby. As your baby grows he will start loving splashing and playing around in the bath. Once your toddler gets bored of splashing, you will need toys or activities to keep your toddler content in the…Read More 13 Toddler Bath Time Activity Ideas
by Rachel Paxton A science project for toddlers doesn’t need to be complicated. Everything is new to toddlers and they are constantly learning. All you need to do is provide opportunities for them to explore their world. [include file=../googlead.txt] A water table is one of the easiest ways to provide hours of entertainment, exploring and…Read More Easy Science Project for Toddlers – Just Add Water!
Ouch! Toddler biting hurts and it can be just as painful to see other children avoid your toddler because they don’t want to be bitten. If your toddler is biting others, it’s important to know that this behavior is very common, and it’s usually not intended to harm others. There are also simple steps you…Read More Why Toddlers Bite and What You Can Do About It
by Valerie Garner I hope this information helps you and your little ones as much as it did mine. I used this on both my boys when they were potty training aged and it worked perfectly, it was so easy. [include file=../googlead.txt] First, to make sure your child is ready for potty training, shows interest,…Read More Potty Training that Works
by Allison S. With one toddler and one preschooler, bathtime can get pretty crazy at times. Here are three sure hits that we use at our house to help make it fun and manageable. [include file=../googlead.txt] 1. Invest in swim goggles, the kids love to wear them and it really helps keep the soap and…Read More 3 Things to Make Toddler Bathtime Easier