Toddler Eating – Are you on the right track?

A week ago, I held one of my all day Mommy Chef Tastes for Toddler cooking classes and something struck me (as it usually does) as I was speaking with the moms who attended the full day cook-a-thon class. It struck me how high the expectations of what a toddler eats are.  Whether it from […]

Building Social Skills in Toddlers

A very important step in every child’s development is learning to socialize with other people.  It is important they learn how to interact appropriately in many different situations.  A toddler’s world is not very big, it doesn’t span much further than what he is wanting to do.  It will be a while before any child […]

Quick Tips for Dressing Your Toddler

Sometimes dressing your toddler can be a challenge, sometimes just keeping them dressed can be a challenge.  From a refusal to wear anything but sweatpants, to blowouts over not being able to wear snow boots in the dead of summer.  Your toddler just wants to have it her way, but the truth is she just […]

Pre-pregnancy risk drinking predicts toddler behavior problems

Risk drinking before pregnancy can increase the risk of the development behavioral problems in toddlers. Early intervention to help and support mothers and their children could help to prevent these problems from developing into long term behavioral problems. Infant’s Health News — ScienceDaily

You can train a toddler to eat veggies, study claims

“Children can learn to eat new vegetables if they are introduced regularly before the age of two,” BBC News reports. A new study suggests that the key is to introduce them ‘early and often’. The challenge of introducing vegetables into a child’s diet is that some toddlers, as their parents will testify, are notoriously fussy […]

13 rainy day spring inspired crafts for your toddler

by Michelle Rothmeier posted in Life & Home This has happened to me on more than one occasion…just when I gear up my nineteen month old (and my seven week old!) to go play outside, it starts raining. That does not make for a very happy little boy, so it’s immediately time to look at… […]

Tia Mowry-Hardicut is losing to her toddler at bedtime

by Sara McGinnis posted in Celebrities Bedtime battles are all too common in Tia Mowry-Hardicut’s home. The actress, who became mom to son Cree in June 2011, is having a hard time putting her foot down when he’s in the mood to negociar. Bragging about her bilingual babe, the 35 year old told People, “He’s… […]