Pedialyte is a common remedy used to prevent and treat dehydration caused by diarrhea. To think, 1 out of 9 deaths among children around the world is due to diarrhea, it is quite understandable why a lot of parents stock up on oral rehydrating solutions at home. If you’re a parent doing the same, then you’re on the right track. But now the question that you might have in mind is, “Can Pedialyte go bad?” Here’s what we’ve found. [Read more…]
Blocks are one of the most famous traditional toys for young children. They come in different forms, sizes, and textures, and it’s no wonder why children are so drawn to them!
From the famous LEGO to the simple wood blocks, your child is sure to find plenty of ways to sort, stack, and construct different structures out of their various shapes and designs. Building blocks for kids may appear fun and pleasurable, but what exactly makes them so beneficial for children to play with?
In this article, we’re going to cover the benefits of block play for toddlers and young children. [Read more…]
Teeth discoloration may seem too common to become harmful, so many parents simply shrug off their shoulders about it. Anyway, it may not hurt to have some streaks on the teeth that will eventually fall off, isn’t it? But wait! What if teeth discoloration has a major implication in your child’s dental health later on? Would you bother to take a couple of minutes to know more about it? [Read more…]
A splinter is a small piece of foreign object that enters the skin and tissue of the body. Though for most of us it may appear pretty harmless, it can quite be bothering and painful for young children. Moreover, most splinters need to be removed to prevent further swelling and infection. If your child currently has a splinter or you simply want to learn how to remove splinters in young children, here are some information that you might be interested in. [Read more…]
Hair is considered to be one of our most important physical traits when it comes to appearance. So, it is quite understandable why a lot of parents are so obsessed with how their little one’s hair will grow. If it seems like your toddler’s hair is not growing and you are still figuring out how to style that scanty hair, then you’re sure to find this article useful! We’ll go over why your toddler’s hair may not be growing, and how you can promote healthy hair growth in your toddler. [Read more…]
Sleep is an important factor in children’s development, so it is quite reasonable why many parents are taking a closer look at the quality of their child’s sleep. What if you often see your toddler crying in sleep? Is it something that normally happens, or it a serious sleep problem to be concerned about? Let’s talk more about why toddlers may cry in their sleep, and how we can help solve any issues that may be present. [Read more…]
Teaching children to blow their nose may sound fun and playful but it is actually an essential skill that your kids will benefit from once the nasty colds come their way. Do you struggle teaching your little one how to blow his or her nose? Luckily, experts shared a couple of tips of make things a lot easier for you and your child. [Read more…]
If you’re parenting a toddler, you might already be aware of how notorious they are when it comes to bedtime. You’ve probably had the longest bedtime stories and convincing words before your little one finally gets to sleep. But before you finally rejoice for that much-desired shower or sleep, here’s your little tot, waking up irritated and sweating a lot. It may not be that bothering if it happened only once or twice, but if it keeps on repeating most of the nights, you might already be asking, “Why does my toddler sweat so much when sleeping?” Is it something that I should be concerned of? So to help ease your worries, here are some things to help you understand your toddler sweating in sleep. [Read more…]
There is something special to be said about wooden toys – from the durability they have over plastic to the fact that they are less likely to contain harmful chemicals. It’s no wonder that more and more parents are choosing wooden toys for their baby or toddler!
Unfortunately however, manufacturers haven’t quite caught up, meaning that there’s less of a selection available for parents to choose from.
In this article, we’ll go over some of the best wooden toys for 1 year old children. We’ll also try to cover a diverse selection, catering to parents of both boys and girls.
Let’s get to it!
As a mom, you often get a bit excited to try new things with your daughter. From twinning your dresses, to your hairstyle, and footwear, everything seems to be fun as you see a mini version of yourself right in front of you. Now what if your little toddler asks for her nails to be painted too? Is nail polish safe for toddlers? In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about using nail polish with your toddler.
Painting your toddler’s nails may seem like a fun way to bond with your daughter (with all those matching colors perfect for a mom and daughter photoshoot!) However, do take note that many of the regular nail polish around contain certain chemicals like that may be harmful for your little lady. [Read more…]
Does your child ask same question over and over? If your toddler keeps asking repetitive questions, you’re not alone! So to keep your mind sane and your temper at bay, let’s learn why your little one behaves this way. [Read more…]
Toddlers are notorious when it comes to staying still in public areas. In just a blink of an eye, they are hanging up the stairs, hiding under somebody’s chair, running towards the street, or lost in the middle of the crowd. These thoughts, if you’d agree, are sure to turn your sanity upside down! So if you’re one of the many parents struggling to keep toddlers by their side when going outdoors, you may also have thought of using a toddler leash. But many parents ask, is it okay? Let’s look over some of the pros and cons of toddler leashes. [Read more…]
Snoring seems like a common thing that is experienced while a person is in a deep sleep, but in some cases, it is a sign of more serious concern. What if you caught your toddler snoring loudly – is this something to be concerned about? Is it normal for kids to snore while sleeping? [Read more…]
What can I do if my toddler refuses to poop in the potty? In this post, we cover the most common questions and answers.
Resistance is not a brand new thing for toddlers. They refuse to eat, sleep, take a bath, or change their clothes. But one thing that can take a toll on parents is their toddler’s resistance to use the potty. Some toddlers can pee on the potty, but resist or otherwise, unable to poop on the potty. Do you also face the same challenges while potty training your little one? Because we know how stressful it is to clean up the mess and wash the poopy pants for the hundredth time, we’ve gathered some experts’ tips to encourage toddlers to go in the potty. [Read more…]
Welcoming a new baby into your home is an exciting time for both you and your toddler. But it’s also time for a lot of changes! Make sure your little one is prepared. Read our tips here.
Pregnant women are busy, busy, busy! There’s an entire laundry list of things to prepare and on top of that, pregnant mommas need to make sure they get enough rest, remember eat healthy and always stay hydrated.
But if you’re a pregnant mom with a toddler as your firstborn, you might be worrying about more than just the color to paint the new nursery or when you need to buy newborn baby clothes.
In fact, with a second pregnancy, the usual first-time-mom fears and anxiety about labor, delivery or breastfeeding are low in your list of worries. You now have a good idea about what it’s like to give birth and you’re going to come a bit more prepared than you were before. Overall, you might just be a tad more confident and surer about yourself.
Now, though, you may have a newer set of worries concerning your toddler adjusting to having a new baby at home. You may ask yourself: [Read more…]