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Raising Toddlers: Get Advice Here!

Posted by on Sep. 18, 2012 at 5:08 PM
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You blinked and realized your 'baby' is not a baby anymore! Crazy how time flies, eh? But how will you get through the terrible twos?

Relax. We've collected the BEST answers to all your toddler questions, gathered from the experiences and opinions of moms like you. Find them right here!

TODDLERS & PICKY EATING

POTTY TRAINING A TODDLER

Getting Started Potty Training A Toddler:

Potty Training a Toddler for Nighttime & Naps:

TODDLER BEHAVIOR & DISCIPLINE

Toddler Social Skills:

Toddler Discipline:

TODDLER HEALTH & DEVELOPMENT

Toddler Car Safety:

How do I keep my child safe in the car? 

Toddler Doctor Visits & Illnesses:

When should I take my toddler to the doctor?

Toddler Healthy Habits:

Toddler Pacifier Use:

TODDLERS & SLEEP

Toddler Nap Time Issues:

Toddler Bedtime Issues:

TODDLER ACTIVITIES

Toddlers & Free Time:

Toddlers & Organized Activity:

Toddler Special Occasions & Birthdays

TODDLER EDUCATION & LEARNING

At Home Learning for Toddlers:

Toddlers & Preschool: 

TODDLERS & SCREEN TIME

Computers:

Television: 


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by on Sep. 18, 2012 at 5:08 PM
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fresh3185
by on Nov. 15, 2012 at 10:15 PM

my toddler wow im lost as to words i try to do right but as a first time mom not doing so well. he hits animals and hurts them even when put in time out keeps doing it. hits me again gets time out. he has a hard time playing with other kids he dosent share and is mean to the other kids. no one wants him around so now im trapped. help help help 

marilu2344
by on Dec. 23, 2012 at 8:09 PM

My son is 15 months and I would love sone advice on how to get him to stop using a pacifier and throwing fits. Thank you in advance

DesiJustin
by on Jan. 24, 2013 at 6:49 AM

Fresh- I will disclaimer this by saying I am a firs time mom and my daughter is only 13 months...besides time out what have you tried? The things that I have found that work best to keep us all happy is to have a very predictable schedule (naps,bedtime,playtime) everything is about the same everyday and knowing what to expect keeps he happy. Also, maybe go to a playground or somewhere where he can run and get some of that excess energy out. Also....try not to let him notice if you are upset or frustrated, our children are very smart and pick up on things like that. Hope this helps & goof luck!!

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