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What you say and how you say it to your toddler can have a big impact on your child’s language skills and overall development. By age 2 your child will know what hundreds of words mean even if he can’t say them out loud yet. Experts suggest that the words you use and the tone of your voice impact your child’s cognitive, emotional and social development. Find out how.  Boosting language development.  A study published in Pediatrics found that engaging a toddler in back-and-forth conversation proves to be six times more effective at fostering language development than just talking to her....
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Food Solutions for Fussy Toddlers

Many of our readers have written to say that it’s difficult to make their little ones eat a well-balanced diet. Some kids like to survive on just bread and cheese. And there are those who can’t bear the sight of milk. Luckily, we have a few tricks and tips for you. A toddler begins to form his likes and dislikes around 18 months of age. Around this time he can become quite picky about food and continue this behavior in to the school years. Your job? To help him explore new tastes and learn to appreciate them. 5 Rules to Help...
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Travelling with a Toddler

The thought of setting out on a holiday with a 1-year-old can send most parents into a tizzy. Admit it; it can be tough to travel with kids this age. Your little one is mobile and wants to explore (an excellent contender for travel) but doesn’t like to be cooped up in a plane or car. With a little bit of preparation,  travelling with your little one can actually be fun. Tips for Road Trip Start your trip at night so your child will mostly sleep. Or stick to early-morning travel. Limit time in the car to two-hour stints, making 15-minute...
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