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... I purchased a blue race car toddler bed for my 2 year old. ... (14 replies)
... day we put her in a toddler bed. I am looking for some good ideas to decorate. ... (14 replies)
Feeding a Toddler
Dec 22, 2004
... regulate. Their appetites change from day to day and even from meal to meal. It's okay for them too eat a little or a lot. Most parents worry that their toddler isn't eating enough, but most eat enough for growth and health. ... (8 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)
... 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)
... hi bungsterbird... oh dear poor you... not a pleasant problem to have to keep dealing with!? ... (2 replies)
... ack to sleep if she wakes up and has extreme fears of sleeping alone. I cannot tie the start of this to any particular event. She used to sleep pretty well. In a lot of ways her fears are like any 2 year old's fears. However, we have resorted to allowing her to sleep in our bed and it is just not working. ... (4 replies)
... eft 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)
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)
... 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)
... Now this is just my opinion but I would contact the health visitors. I am a mother to a fantastic 15 month old little girl and I wouldn't dream of treating her like this. I'm not saying that this mother is horrible.. ... (16 replies)
... who is almost 18 now...has failed school, tried drugs, etc...but by some irony, never been disrepsectful, never talked back, etc. My current 14 year old can be a lil sarcastic under his breath, but is never overtly disrespectful..maybe I've been lucky so far in that aspect of things. ... (9 replies)
... Ookie, I give you a big "I HEAR YOU!!" LOL. ... (6 replies)




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