Your toddler is on the move and keeping up is a challenge. Discuss walking, speech development, making friends at daycare, and potty training.
My son’s first tooth just started coming in and now I’m starting to look for pediatric dentists for him! I’m worried, though. He always acts up when I take him to see his pediatrician. He really doesn’t seem to like doctor’s offices, and that makes me think he’ll be anxious going to the dentist, too! Have any of you found any super kid-friendly pediatric dentists? We’re in the Palmdale area.
My son is allergic to pollen and lately there's been a lot of flowers blooming. I don't want to continuously give him benadryl since it makes him drowsy. Help!
My little ones spent some time with their grandparents over the weekend, and my mom let them play some games on her iPad. My kids weren’t interested in my phone or iPad before, but they sure are now! They won’t stop bugging me about playing games on them. Is it bad for kids to have to be exposed to things like this? How much time is too much screen time?
My Sammy keeps having accidents. She has been potty trained for over a year, but she tends to hold it in until the very last minute. That’s fine when we’re at home because she can run to the bathroom, but when we’re in the car or out in public it means lots of accidents. Help us out!
I’ve been very careful to make sure my twins really only have healthy food. When we go out, they get a glass of water or milk (rarely juice), and their diet is very healthy. I’m proud of it! But they spent some time with my sister and their older cousins yesterday and I found out they gave my little ones soda, which (no surprise) they loved. Should I nip this in the bud? Is it something that is unavoidable? And are there any sodas that I specifically shouldn’t let them have?
We’re pregnant again and I’m wondering when and how to tell my daughter. She’s three.
My little one keeps having accidents on our bed and I can’t seem to get the pee smell out! How can I clean it? I tried detergent, but the smell still hasn’t gone away. Anyone experienced this?
We’re trying to raise our little one with both English and Spanish! Any tips on raising a bilingual child?
Hey mommas :) What are some activities I can do with my toddler to help him learn?
My little man just turned two and he doesn’t seem to be talking as much as the other kids his age that we know. The pediatrician said he’s a little behind. He speaks pretty often, just not in very long sentences. He mostly just says one or two words at a time. I’m going to start him in daycare this week, so hopefully being around other kids who are talking will help. Any advice for me on helping him talk a little more?