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  • Lovely as it is, it can also be a little exhausting to have a toddler who thinks sleep is for the weak, a moment not spent running is a moment wasted, and who wants everyone to join in every over active thing he does! So here are my top ten tips for surviving and bringing up an incredibly active toddler.

    Ten Tips for Bringing up a Very Active (Overactive!) Toddler

    Ten Tips for Bringing up a Very Active (Overactive!) Toddler

    by LondonGirl61

  • If you are the parent of a toddler, you are probably as frustrated and exhausted as I am. Parenting at this stage of a child's life is an overwhelming task. Here I offer my own two cents of advice.

    The Ups and Downs of Parenting a Toddler

    The Ups and Downs of Parenting a Toddler

    by Jennifer Rae1

  • Tantrums are a necessary evil. Although it's frustrating to deal with toddler tantrums, it's important to remember they are a natural part of the growing up process. Kids must learn to deal with their emotions and as parents, our job is to guide them through this process.

    Dealing With Toddler Tantrums

    Dealing With Toddler Tantrums

    by Tosha0

  • The deadly danger of window blind cords should be understood by every parent and every person who has young children in their home. Here is how to make sure your blind cords are safe for toddlers.

    How to Make Your Window Blind Cords Safe for Toddlers

    How to Make Your Window Blind Cords Safe for Toddlers

    by Suzie Armstrong2

  • Is your toddler sick? Learn how to treat and care for sick toddlers who may have a cold, a cough, a fever, a stomach virus, or the flu. Just as importantly, learn when to call the doctor when your child is ill.

    How to Treat a Sick Toddler

    How to Treat a Sick Toddler

    by Marissa22

  • We recently ran across a picture for Matilda's Activity Tower on Pinterest. We immediately saw the usefulness and made one for ourselves. Learn why we love this tower and see a few changes we made.

    Why We Recommend Building Matilda's Activity Tower

    Why We Recommend Building Matilda's Activity Tower

    by Preston and Kate19

  • Toddler Behavior: Struggle with toddler nap times? Have a picky eater? Need help with toddler potty training? This article helps parents navigate through this important stage of life. Tips included!

    Toddler Behavior: Why Do Toddlers Act Like That?

    Toddler Behavior: Why Do Toddlers Act Like That?

    by Marissa22

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