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Age: 15 Months


Fifteen months is age of exploration, activity, and curiosity. Your baby is walking now, starting to talk, and developing a mind of his or her own. With these newfound skills, there often comes resistance to being fed, dressed, diapered, and going to bed. Setting safe limits becomes key. Safety Car: Use a Convertible Car Seat (...)

Age: 18 Months

Eighteen months can be a challenging age of balancing a child’s growing independence and confidence with his or her limited ability to communicate. This leads to frustration and temper tantrums that are typical for this age. Patience, consistent boundaries, gentle transitions, and improving verbal abilities will help significantly during this time. Safety Car: Use a (...)

Age: 2 Years

It is not true that two is terrible. In fact, most parents report that by the time their child is turning two, things are getting easier. Two year olds are finally able to articulate their wants and desires. They can tell you what is going on in their little minds, and that is a beautiful (...)

Age: 2 ½ Years

Two and a half year-olds are fun. They are energetic and capable and doing much more physically. They have mastered the concept of “me” and “mine” and are often trying to get you to watch with phrases such as, “look at me!” As their vocabulary continues to grow exponentially, many parents feel like they are (...)

Age: 3 Years

Three-year-olds are self-determined individuals with a good sense of right and wrong. They understand that they can influence the world around them and have discovered the art of talking their way out of a situation. It’s the delightfully funny, yet tiresome age of “why, why, why.” SAFETY Car: Use a Convertible Car Seat in the (...)