9 Mistakes Parents Make With Toddlers – Web MD

Got a toddler?  Avoid these 9 mistakes… Mistake No. 1: Being Inconsistent Toddlers do best when they know what to expect, whether it’s what time they bathe or go to bed or what consequences they’ll face for misbehaving. The more…

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Shaping Baby’s Sleeping Habits

Desperate to get your baby to sleep through the night but nervous he/she may not be ready?  Watch what Dr. Tanya has to say about shaping your baby’s sleeping habits with a few simple changes to your bedtime routine.  …

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Beat The Summertime Bug Bites

Warm weather is here and that means…bugs. I seem to always get eaten alive on summer evenings when mosquitoes are out.  Although many insect bites are just annoying, some can be more serious and even cause dangerous disease.  Read my…

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Swim Lessons

It’s summertime!  If you haven’t already looked into swim lessons, it’s time to check with your local American Red Cross, YMCA or community center to find swim lessons that are appropriate for your child.  It’s a life saving investment! Last…

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Feeding and Nutrition: Your Four to Five Year Old

Good nutrition is an important part of your child’s healthy lifestyle. During the preschool years, your child should be eating the same foods as the rest of the family, with an emphasis on those with nutritional value. This includes fresh…

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Feeding and Nutrition: Your Three Year Old

As a preschooler, your child should have a healthy attitude toward eating. Ideally, by this age she no longer uses eating—or not eating—to demonstrate defiance, nor does she confuse food with love or affection. Generally (although almost certainly not always),…

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Feeding and Nutrition: Your Two Year Old

By age two, your toddler should be eating three healthy meals a day, plus one or two snacks. He can eat the same food as the rest of the family. With his improved language and social skills, he’ll become an…

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