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If your relationship with your new partner is going well, you may eventually be thinking about blending your families. Introducing step-siblings to be can have its challenges; age gaps, different interests, jealousy… Taking things slow and keeping communication open can help you all through this journey toward a new family.

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Navigating the dating world can be exciting and challenging, and having children adds an extra layer into the fold. Having a supportive partner around who gets along with your children can open a whole new happy chapter in your life, and it’s important you create a safe environment for your loved ones to connect.

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As your baby becomes a toddler, it can take a while to realise they don’t need you to do absolutely everything for them anymore. Seeing your toddler grow up can be very exciting, and now is a great time to start teaching them tasks that they can do on their own, to help build their confidence and physical abilities.

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The toddler years are full of learning, laughter, tears and yes – tantrums. Tantrums can occur when your little one doesn’t know how else to express what they’re feeling, particularly when they’re overstimulated. Strategies involving calming the senses – sight, smell, hearing, touch and taste – can sometimes effectively reduce physical stimulation to help minimise emotional stress.

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Your child begins to absorb vocabulary words and understand conversation skills well before they start talking. So how can you help equip your little one with verbal skills while they’re young?

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Most toddlers have lots of room for imagination during playtime! A toy could be as simple as a wooden spoon transforming into a microphone, a sword or whichever creative idea comes to their mind. While you can both have a lot of fun for free, it can still be worth investing in toys designed to support their healthy development throughout these early years.

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Welcome to your little one’s last year of toddlerhood! Their fourth birthday can be a fun time to host a party with a particular theme, now that your little one and their playmates are a bit older and capable of being slightly more engaged with certain games and ideas.

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You may be wondering why your little one is intent on scaling anything and everything. The short answer is: because they can now!

Your toddler is developing the muscles and cognitive abilities to climb things, which help them explore their world. Encouraging your little one to climb safely can support their growth, though sometimes it may be better judgement to get them down from certain heights.

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Your toddler’s third birthday might feel a little different to their birthdays so far. Now that they’re a bit older, they might be a bit more involved in planning their special day. Chatting more with your toddler about their preferences could be a fun bonding exercise as you work together to plan the celebration! But ultimately, you know best about what will be fun and manageable for your family on this day. 

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The word ‘chores’ might send a shiver down your spine, but truthfully chores are an incredibly valuable way to learn life skills. You may be tentative to give your toddler chores, as you may be worried about a tantrum, or perhaps it’s just easier to do it yourself and that is absolutely fine. However, you might be surprised by how eager our little ones are to help out and contribute now they’re old enough to try. Whether your toddler is willing or reluctant, introducing chores can support their development.

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