Has potty training stalled in your house? Don't worry it's completely normal for children to take their time. To help encourage your child to move forward, you may want to offer some fun incentives. Get more potty training tips. Read Motivation and Rewards for Potty Training
Does someone in your house eat only food that's yellow? Or, only food covered with applesauce? Hang in there: Picky eating is common among young children. You may want to think of it as part of their quest to be independent. Find out more. Read Have Patience, You've Got a Picky Eater!
Preschoolers love outdoor adventures with you. And whether you camp far away or just hike in a local park, it's a good idea to know what to do in case anyone gets lost or separated. Learn the basics of staying safe outdoors. Read Staying Safe While Enjoying the Great Outdoors
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Watch the "Finding the fun in potty training" video for handy tips on making every tinkle a happy one.
Is your child eating only a few foods these days, or not eating as much as before? Try not to worry, as this is a normal pattern for kids at this age. Check out these smart mealtime strategies for a picky toddler. Read Feeding Your Toddler: 18 Months to 2 Years
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For many young children, there is no more exciting way to travel than by air. They love to watch the carts, trucks, and airplanes at the airport. Even better, they may get to ride on moving walkways, trains and trams, escalators and elevatorsall that even before boarding. On the plane itself, there are the endlessly fascinating tray tables, window shades, and teeny tiny bathrooms to explore, again and again. Read Air Travel With Children