Toddler Toilet Training

Toddler Toilet Training

Every parent looks forward to the time when their child will be potty trained, but it is vital that you do not force a child into it. Toilet training a toddler requires patience and understanding and takes time. There is no set time when it is best to begin toilet...
Introducing Solid Food

Introducing Solid Food

Most infants are ready to begin trying solid foods at 4 to 6 months of age. A child begins to have more control over their tongue and mouth at this age which is one reason to begin introducing them. If you are unsure of whether to begin feeding your baby solids make...

Pacifier and Thumb Sucking Guidelines

Some parents become concerned when an infant or young child sucks their thumb, fingers or a pacifier that it could develop into a habit that will be difficult to break. There is no need to worry though, these habits are innate to children at birth and are very common....
Sleep Problems in Children

Sleep Problems in Children

Numerous things can interrupt a young child or toddler’s sleep and prevent them from getting a good night’s sleep. Some of the most common interruptions are the following: Nightmares Night Terrors Sleepwalking and Sleep Talking Bed Wetting Teeth Grinding...

Child Car Seat Requirements

Installing a child car seat may appear to be an easy and straight forward process, but many vehicles do not have the car seat properly installed. Proper car seat installation is critical and can be the difference between life and death in the event of an accident....