Toddler

Sibling Bonding – What Works?

Our homes need to be the perfect places we retreat to when we need to rest and be near those who are vey close to us. We therefore have no other option but to make them welcoming and lively. We need to do all that we can to ensure that tranquility prevails in our homes

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Nose-Picking in Toddlers – How to Stop It?

Nose-picking is one of the habits that some toddlers develop. It is just one of the many habits including nail-biting, head banging and thumb-sucking that your toddler can develop. Although nose-picking can be that disgusting, you need to accept it in case your toddler is already used to picking his/her nose and find ways of

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Feeding in Toddlers – Dealing with Picky Eating

Toddler hood is a period characterized by many hours of play and discovery. It is, therefore, not surprising that your toddler will pay less attention to eating. He/she prefers to engage in play or any other activity other than eating. He/she is also bound to become picky when eating; avoidance of some foodstuff becomes very

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Head Banging in Toddlers – What to Do?

Head banging is a habit that is common among a few toddlers. Unlike other habits, toddlers bang their heads on purpose and it turns out that the habit is common in boys than girls. Your toddler is most likely to start banging his/her head when he/she is one year of age with intensity and frequency

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Nail Biting in Toddlers – What to Do

Nail biting is one of the most common habits that toddlers show when they are between 2-3 years of age. Unlike such other habits as head banging, thumb sucking and teeth grinding that toddlers overcome when they attain four years, your toddler can engage in biting his/her nail(s) right to when he/she becomes an adult.

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ARFID in Toddlers – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

One problem you may encounter when feeding your toddler is his/her tendency to avoid eating specific types of food or avoid eating altogether. Although you may dismiss this as a common problem associated with toddlers, you may need to thick twice. Your toddler may just be having avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID). ARFID is an

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Thumb Sucking in Toddlers – What to Do

Thumb sucking is a common habit among many toddlers around the world. It is a habit that is not related to any disability or sickness. It can be difficult to know when your toddler starts to suck his/her thumb or any other finger; you only come to realize it when you see him/her sucking. Thumb

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Lying in Toddlers – What to Do

Lying is one of the most common problems you have to deal with as a mom to a toddler. However, you need to realize that this a totally different kind of lying from that told by teenagers and adults. Lying in toddlers is not lying as such. It is just a fib. Even so, it

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