Who's that baby? From 18 to 21 months, you may not recognize your little one as she learns to climb, walk, and play with others. Read more about baby development during these months. Read baby development: 18 to 21 months
Did you know Pampers & UNICEF have now eliminated Maternal and Newborn Tetanus in 10 countries?
With the help of parents like you, Pampers has been working with UNICEF for seven years to help protect Mums and babies from Maternal and Newborn Tetanus. Learn more about our partnership here.
It’s a wonder to hear your previously speechless toddler suddenly start to form words and talk. With patience, a sense of humour, and plenty of opportunities for talking, you’re in for some special moments. Read five ways to encourage your toddler to talk
Your baby has become a toddler, and her personality is starting to show. She loves to imitate you, play hide-and-seek, and get your approval. Find out more about what you’ll see in these magical months. Read toddler development: 15 to 18 months
You might not be afraid of "the monster down the toilet", but your child probably is. So to succeed at potty training your toddler, you need to look at the process from her point of view. And here's how. Read successful potty training: think like a child
You've heard the stories: Potty training is scary, it's hard, and it takes forever. But with patience, the right attitude, and some insider info, your toddler can be potty trained in no time at all. Read is your child ready for potty training?