Age-by-Age Guide to Feeding Your Toddler

Your little one will be enjoying a wider variety of foods at this stage, but make sure that you don't overwhelm it by offering too much too soon. Introduce new foods one at a time, giving your child 3 days before introducing the next new food item to make sure your child isn't allergic. To help you determine what and how much you need to feed your toddler as it grows older, we've provided a basic guide of which foods and amounts are suitable for each age group starting from age 12 to 36 months. Don't worry if your child doesn't eat the full amount or more than what is specified below, as this is only meant to be a basic guideline. If you need more information, consult your pediatrician or child nutrition specialist.

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Childproofing Your Home - Establishing a Safe Environment

As mentioned in "Childproofing Your Home – Common Hazards ", in-house accidents are more likely to form the bulk of the safety threats to your child's wellbeing than outside factors that you cannot control. You can take a proactive role in keeping your child safe by undertaking a few precautionary measures around your home and childproofing your house as much as possible. Keep in mind that the only guarantee you can have of keeping your child safe is constantly supervising it wherever it goes.

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Travelling with Your Toddler Preparing for the Flight Ahead

There are several things you will want to consider before taking your toddler on their first trip by plane, such as what should go on your traveling checklist, what to pack, and how to avoid airport tantrums. Below you will find information on these three topics.

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Travelling with Your Toddler - Preparing for the Drive Ahead

Long road trips with your toddler need not be tiresome affairs. All they require is a bit of foresight, strategic planning, and a healthy dose of good humor to tide you along and keep things fun. Take a look at the below steps to make sure your ride is as smooth and as child/parent-friendly as possible.

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Toddler Bathing Safety Measures

Now that your toddler can sit up well unaided in the bathtub and play on its own, bath time should be a more fun and interactive affair, not to mention a great time for mommy-toddler bonding. Keep things fun by bringing along bath toys for your toddler to play with and adding some bubbles when time allows. Before you start with the water play, however, make sure you read through the below bathroom safety measures to ensure your toddler’s wellbeing when bathing.

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