Baby Talk Blog

#1 Smash Wall

Cover your little one’s doorway with criss-crossed streamers, so they can run through and break it! If your toddler is a deep sleeper, you could do this with yourself inside their room too, so you can wake them up gently and explain the smash wall.

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#1 Let them choose

If you can, bring your toddler to the bed store or let them help you browse online. If your toddler chooses their bed or even just the bedspread, they could feel more excited by and attached to it.

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In the long run, setting boundaries and consequences for your toddler is doing them a favor. It can be difficult saying no to them – the tears, the screams, that cute quivering lip. But understanding that our actions have reactions is important for life.

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Going to sleep at nighttime can be challenging for toddlers. They may be upset to miss out on the action with the family who is staying up later, they may be bored and restless, or they may be kept awake by reflecting on the day they’ve just had (much like adults do!).

Once your toddler can get out of bed and walk around, or call out to you in the night, you may experience difficulty getting them to stay in bed once you’ve set them down for the night.

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Try some of these five games to help your toddler practice listening to and following instructions:

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Separation anxiety is a normal part of development. It involves a child becoming distressed when they are separated from their primary carer. Part of this is instinctual – if babies weren't nervous about being apart from their caregiver, they may crawl or walk away into unsupervised situations. 

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Once your child hits toddlerhood, you can help them with social development by introducing them to playdates. Social skills can vary from toddler to toddler, so the experience of making new friends will be different for each family, but there are a few things parents can do to ease the process.

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Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a condition that involves hypersensitivity (oversensitivity) or hyposensitivity (under sensitivity) to sensory stimuli. In other words, someone with SPD can have very strong or very minor reactions to sounds, smells, sights, tastes, touch, or the way things feel physically.

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Your Toddler's First Bed

18/06/2021 10:52 AM

Most toddlers are ready to move from the cot to their bed between 2 to 3.5 years of age. However, the timing of this transition has more to do with your child being physically and emotionally ready for the change! Here’s what to keep in mind when moving your toddler into their own bed.

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The transition to childcare can feel like a big step for toddlers and parents alike! It's normal to have some tears and questions, but with some preparation and practice, childcare can become an exciting and safe environment for your growing toddler.

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