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... are also blue and his walls are currently a vibrant green. I would like to make his room more toddler appropriate. It still very much looks like a nursery. ... (14 replies)
... My dd is 2yrs old and on her 2nd b-day we put her in a toddler bed. I am looking for some good ideas to decorate. I have painted her room red and put some white waynescot(sp)half way up her walls, but then I could not think of anything else. I want a theme, but I'm not sure what to go with. I think I painted to early because I cannot think of anything to go with the red... (14 replies)
Concerned Parent
Dec 12, 2013
... ying to escape because he was scared. One person tried to get close, perhaps to reach out to hold him, and he started crying hysterically. I moved him out of the room into a hallway, and he continued crying hysterically for 5 more minutes. ... (1 replies)

... i think there could be lots of reasons for toddlers to start poo smearing... my 2 year old is fascinated with poo and has recently kept asking to see it in her nappy etc. ... (2 replies)
... EVERY single thing I can think of and everything I have come across with my research in books and online and from her dr. The last resort is to leave her in her room with a gate up and let her scream it out until she gets over it, but I cannot do that. She sounds so terrified in her screaming that I can't ignore it. ... (4 replies)
... That pretty much hits the nail on the head. Toddlers are trying to explore everything and absorb as much as they can. The most insignificant thing can be so amazing to them. It's wonderful. ... (12 replies)
... t unsupervised, and they deffinately don't need to have lunch kept from them. And if I understood you correctly, they leave those children alone and locked in a room while they go work at the other house at night? ... (16 replies)
... think she should be checked for depression. Sometimes PPD doesn't show up until more than a year after a child's birth. The fact that she locks her kids in their room and doesn't give them lunch really concerns me. ... (16 replies)
... on the one hand...stay strong...cause "this too shall pass".... remembering that has gotten me thru some tough times! I have friends with toddlers, who run all over them... I believe soooo strongly that it starts when they're small...when that 1 year old reaches up and smacks you in the face, you do NOT tolerate it...they have to learn very young who's the boss. Of... (9 replies)
... P They thought it was funny, lol. My best advice it try to keep it short and sweet, toddlers can be great fun, but a room full of cranky ones is NOT! ... (9 replies)
... Those toddlers bed are a waste of money, in my opinion. They aren't in them very long at all. I say, just go right for the twin bed with bedrails, if you choose to use them. ... (3 replies)
... y something important. 5 is old enough to understand priveleges and stuff and learn from that. If he still hits when he's being disciplined, I say put him in his room and leave him there until he can behave himself. ... (6 replies)
Feeding a Toddler
Dec 22, 2004
... The other good thing I was told was about using dessert as a reward...most anyone can make room for sweets. Instead of giving ice cream or cookies, give fruit or yogurt or even pudding with added calcium. ... (8 replies)
... I always have the TV on in the room because I like the background noise and every once in awhile it will catch my 13 month old's eye but he isn't to intersted right now. But later on... ... (1 replies)
... The thing I always loved about my kids when they were toddlers was that it was easy to distract them from one activity or behavior and engage them in another. ... (4 replies)




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