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Feeding Your Toddler: 18 Months to 2 Years

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Your child needs less food now than he did during his first year. Surprised? Don't be. He's just not growing quite as fast, and so many other exciting developments are competing for his time.

 

Children this age are very picky about what they'll eat. Don't force-feed your toddler or require a clean plate before he leaves the table. He knows how much he needs, and he'll eat appropriately if not pressured. Forcing him will only result in a food battle —one you won't win! It can also lead to eating problems when he's older.


 

Wipe away the mess
and let your baby play!

Bounty DuraTowel is perfect for mealtime spills to
finger painting splatters. With one quick wipe, you'll
have cleaner surfaces to ensure your baby has the
freedom to play!
 
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