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Toddlers and Dinner Time

17/11/2020 5:09 PM

When it comes to getting toddlers to eat their dinner, some meals can be hit or miss. It’s normal for toddlers to be a bit fussy with foods while they figure out what they like (and figure out they can say ‘no’). Here are a few tips to help you make the most of mealtimes with your toddler. 

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Growing up with pets can help children develop empathy and learn responsibility. Often a pet can be a kid’s first friend! Though introducing them may present some challenges, it is possible to have pets and kids live together safely in the house. Here’s what you should consider when living with children and animals.

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Your Toddler and Sugary Foods

16/11/2020 10:16 AM

You may or may not still be able to relate to the intensity of your toddler’s sweet tooth. Kids naturally crave more sugar because it is high-energy fuel for growing bodies. Too much sugar is poor-quality fuel, and your toddler would benefit from less sugar and more fruit, vegetables, and grains. Your GP or dietician can help you learn what goes into a balanced diet, which usually involves limiting sugar.

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During the toddler stage, your child will begin to understand that they are separate from you and can make their own decisions. ‘The terrible twos’ may involve lots of the word ‘no’ and behavioural changes like showing interest in dressing themselves and having more independence. Don’t worry, this won’t be a ‘terrible’ time; your child is growing up in front of your eyes and now is the time to foster their confidence and sense of self. 

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When the fridge is bare, the snacks are scarce and there’s no one around to watch your toddler, the time has come to prepare for what can feel like a major expedition: grocery shopping. With a toddler in tow, this seemingly simple task can turn a little tricky. But, with a bit of planning – and, sometimes, a lot of patience – you can make it from fresh fruit to frozen foods with a tranquil, tear-less tot in your trolley.

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Taking your newborn home is a little different the second time around. The welcoming of a new baby brings about your toddler’s transition from being an only child to a sibling. While this an exciting time for your family, it can also be a tricky path for your tot to navigate. Preparing your toddler for this special event can help make the transition a little easier for both of you.

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Play forms a crucial part of your little one’s development. While it might not seem like obvious learning, play gives your child the tools to understand their environment and how their body works. As well as offering a sense of engagement and enjoyment, play boasts countless benefits for your little one’s cognitive, emotional, social and physical wellbeing. 

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While chicken nuggets and chocolate might seem like a winning combo to your toddler, these common favourites are not exactly ideal for their growing bodies. Fussy stages are typical for children, particularly between the ages of 2 and 5. While these phases are to be expected, it’s important to encourage new tastes early on in life, to avoid any prolonged distastes for nourishing foods like cauliflower, fish and – *cue whisper* – celery.

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Family-time is a-plenty during isolation (which is wonderful). Feeling cooped-up and frustrated is also common right now (which is a bit less wonderful). You’re not crazy to feel stir-crazy, but you and your family might benefit from trying some of these tips to avoid cabin fever at home.

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Amid the COVID-19 isolation period, many of us feel like we couldn’t possibly be seeing any more of our family! However, seeing someone every day doesn’t always mean you’re spending quality time together. Isolation is an opportunity for parents to spend lots of time with their little ones. With a bit of intentional bonding time, your family may come out of this challenging time closer than ever.

So, how do you make family-time special when it feels like you’ve got all the time in the world? Be intentional about bonding and communicating. As a parent, isolation means you’re always in role-model mode. Be mindful of what behaviours you’re displaying to your little one.

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