From baby-proofing to fussy eating, and everything in between, every day is an adventure with your little one.
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At 7 months, you can start introducing lots of new flavours to your baby's diet. Try to make the food you offer as diverse as possible to avoid fussiness later on. Be bold and include ingredients you don't
With a baby in the house, you need to have a well-stocked medicine cupboard. Paracetamol is often useful, but - as with any medication - always check the dosage against your child's age and weight. Find out
You've just put your baby down - and now your little explorer has suddenly scooted down the hall on a new adventure! Find out how to keep your crawling baby safe.
It’s a wonder to hear your previously speechless toddler suddenly start to form words and talk. Encourage these efforts, because with patience, a sense of humour, and plenty of opportunities for talking, you’re
Although many adults limit certain foods and count calories, young children require the calories and fats to grow up strong. Read on for some baby “superfoods” and why they’re great for your little one.
Certain foods are not suitable, or safe, for babies and young children. Find out which foods to avoid serving to your little one.
Combining words into sentences is not nearly as easy as you might think. It involves complicated rules and an understanding of grammar that adults take for granted. But your child's sentence-forming skills are
Snacks can be a nutritious part of your toddler's balanced diet, instead of just quick-fix tummy-fillers. Go exotic with chopped or dried fruit, opt for crackers instead of biscuits, and try to stick to milk
Your baby's transition from breast milk or formula to solids is quite a messy business - but it's still a lot of fun. Feeding your baby is one of the most rewarding things you’ll do, so find out how to move
Jennifer Kelly Geddes
Young children are creatures of habit, especially with food, and it's easy to keep serving up what you know will be eaten. But variety really is the spice of life, so it's worth regularly introducing new tastes
Want your child to start eating with a spoon and a fork rather than with both hands at mealtimes? This is a good time to start helping your toddler make the transition towards this fantastic stage in early
Potty training can be quite the experience - for both you and your little one. Read on to learn how training pants may help the process go more smoothly.
Your baby's teeth can come in unpredictably. Read on to learn what you can expect - and how to keep your little one's pearly whites shining.
Teething can be painful and annoying for your child. Read on to learn some tried-and-true remedies for pain and discomfort.
Does your little one's mouth clamp shut when veggies are on the table? Use these ten tips to help him get his servings - and maybe even start liking vegetables, too!
Is your little one ready to make the switch to solids? Read on for four telltale signs that your baby wants to make the switch herself.
Snack time can be a great way to introduce your little one to new foods. With a little outside-the-box thinking, your little one may just fall in love with nutritional eats!
Use these six tips to know when - and how - to get started on your child's potty training.
Maintaining a healthy diet for a picky toddler with an intolerance or allergies is tricky - but not impossible!
Reaching, crawling and everything in between: Read this guide to see how to help your little on reach movement milestones.