Travel seats with toddlers

Airline regulations require that large travel seats (past the edge of the airplane seat) must be in the window position. This is to prevent it from blocking easy exit.

Using the bathroom at Disney

When visiting Disney, note that changing tables are in both women’s and men’s restrooms.

Craft sand that’s edible

Take a box of Fruit Loops and sort by color. Put different colors into baggies and crush to powder. Then let them use them like colored sand.

Book Suggestion: The Monster at the End of this Book

Many, many adults name The Monster at the End of this Book as their favorite Little Golden Book. Generations of kids have interacted with lovable, furry old Grover as he begs the reader not to turn the page – for fear of a monster at the end of the book.

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Timing for snacks

Try to set times for snacks and meals. Do not serve snacks when it’s almost time for a meal. If a child has a diminished appetite during a meal, he may not be too willing to eat during meal times.

Toddler haircuts

With the right haircut, your toddler’s hair should be relatively easy to care for. If your child has curly hair, you may want her hair all one length with no bangs.

Estabishing boundries

The first step to toddler discipline is to establish boundaries. Your child needs to know what is and what is not acceptable.

How to avoid hair knots

Comb wet hair. As soon as you’re done washing and conditioning her hair, comb it with a wide-tooth comb and get the little knots out before they become big knots. Never use a brush on wet hair.

Teaching kids to pick up after themselves

Picking up their toys is a great chore for young children. They can learn to perform this task as soon as they can walk. Teaching to clean after themselves is crucial to future success.

Poison Control hotline

Post the national Poison Control Hotline (1-800-222-1222) and other emergency numbers next to every phone.

Book Suggestion: Harold and the Purple Crayon

For generations, children have cherished this ingenious and original little picture story – Harold and the Purple Crayon

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Toddlers are unpredictable

Toddlers tend to be unpredictable eaters. Growth spurts, painful teething, and toddler toilet training all contribute to their unpredictable food intake.

Bird feeder activity

Make a fun and easy bird feeder by stringing Cheerios on a piece of yarn and hanging it outside.

Book Friday: Pete’s a Pizza

In Pete’s a Pizza, Pete is in an especially bad mood because it is raining and he can’t play ball with his friends, his father decides that it might cheer his son up "to be made into a pizza."

A fun read!

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If your child is a bully

If your child is being a bully at school, you have a responsibility to teach him or her that the bad behavior that will not be tolerated.

Language and Babies

By the time babies reach their first birthday they will have learned all the sounds needed to speak their native language.

The origins easter bunny.

The Easter bunny is an American tradition which originated with German settlers. The arrival of the Easter bunny and his colored eggs was a treat second only to Christmas.

Book Suggestion: Peek-a-Who?

Peek-A Who? has exuberant illustrations in this guessing-game board book will enchant infants and toddlers. A bright left-hand page with the words "Peek a" faces a right-hand page with die-cut windows through which a visual clue can be seen.

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Easter tip

Nothing says Easter and spring like a basket brimming with colorful eggs, chocolate bunnies and jewel-toned jelly beans.

Paint a bunny face

Children love to have their faces painted. Draw upside-down triangle on the nose with brown/black eyeliner & fill in. Rub circle of rouge on each cheek. Paint 3 whiskers on each side of face, starting from nose to cheek.