Take some return address labels, stick them on the soles, and cover with clear packing tape.
Your toddler will need her teeth cleaned at least twice a day. After breakfast and after her evening meal are ideal times because cavities form when the naturally occurring bacteria in her mouth combine with sugars in the food residues left on her teeth, producing an acid that attacks her tooth enamel.
Dress baby for quick &easy diaper changes. Try a onesie with leggings, it gives quick access to diaper without removing clothes more info
Research shows that infants who are swaddled wake up less and sleep longer than other babies. more info
Pepare your tot for the new baby, tell stories about what he was like as a newborn and how you took care of him.
When expecting a new baby, discuss things that older child can do to help like talk and sing to baby and get diapers.
Read aloud to your baby for only a few minutes at a time. Read a little longer as your older baby is willing to listen.
Most toddlers begin to say Mama and Dada between 7 and 15 months, say 4-6 words between 11 and 22 months, and say 50 or more words between 18 and 27 months.
From: About.com: Pediatrics
Wearing your 2 to 3 year old in a soft cloth carrier, backpack or sling can still be a huge lifesaver.
When your toddler is tired, over stimulated or otherwise out of sorts, wearing them will help them to settle down and maybe even go to sleep!
Introduce new foods during the morning or early afternoon. This will enable you to deal with any adverse reactions when your pediatrician is in office. Should an adverse reaction occur during the morning/early afternoon, it will cause the least amount of disruption in baby’s fragile routine.
When giving eye drops allow the baby to keep their eyes closed while placing the drops on the corner of the eye and then they will fall in as they open them.
When testing for fever without a thermometer, use the lip test. Touch your lips to the forehead of the baby.
Swaddle for the first three months. Research shows that infants who are swaddled wake up less and sleep longer than other babies.
There are certain foods that are not recommended for the first year of life, eggs, shellfish, fish, nuts, and peanuts are not recommended.
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