Toddler

Toddler

Parenting Tips for Toddlers

The toddler years can often prove to be particularly challenging for parents. Learning about your child as he or she develops their independence, language skills and discovers the world around them is a learning curve for parents. Familiarizing yourself with proven techniques and strategies, can be a life-line. Where can parents go to find parenting tips for toddlers that are reliable and authentic? Where Parents Talk provides important parenting tips, advice and expert perspectives online. Toddlers are children aged between 12 to 36 months old. If you have an energetic toddler who is ready to learn, you have to be a savvy parent. Using the best available tips, tricks and techniques to facilitate the growth and development of a child is rooted in having quality resources. We offer the latest and most reliable information from renowned parenting experts and experienced parents. You can follow this advice and tips to optimize the emotional as well as the physical growth and well-being of your child. Our website is the ultimate source for parenting tips for toddlers. You can find blogs, articles, making use of them guarantees excellent results.

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With summer break from school comes pool parties, vacations, and good ol’ fashioned hanging out. However, while children are getting their much deserved rest from school, they also might be losing some of their much needed literacy skills. ABC Life Literacy Canada is just one organization that is...

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 The lure of young children to water is a natural during the warm, steamy summer month.   Swimming, skiing, diving, Marco Polo and host of other activities – is a Canadian tradition from June to August.  Appreciating the country’s natural water sources is must when the snow and rain are long gone, a...

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Present day news, advertisements, and even blockbuster movies are focussed on our environment – the bad things that we’re doing to it, and the bad things that it’s doing to us. Today’s kids are exposed to these stories – potentially internalizing ‘eco-fears’ rather than being enabled with the too...

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Having a baby elicits a plethora of emotions – the anticipation, wonder and joy in the miracle of birth.
But while many assume that the feelings attached to labour and delivery are positive, there is a pocket of women who experience a deep and often paralyzing darkness - post partum depression or PP...

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Between picking the kids up from school, checking your blackberry for that important email you are expecting and driving the kids to soccer practice it is no wonder parents are feeling the time crunch. A study released this week by the Canadian Index of Wellbeing says “one in five Canadian adults...

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by Lianne Castelino   www.whereparentstalk.com One of the world's leading authorities on privacy issues opened my eyes to a whole new world I never really considered as a parent, during her address at an international conference on communications that I attended yesterday. Dr. Ann C...

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Daniella Girgenti It's 6:00pm and you're just walking in the door. Your three kids are hungry, the living room is a disaster, and there are loads upon loads of laundry waiting for you. How did this happen to you? Busy families can achieve household bliss through just one action - organiz...

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By Lianne Castelino    www.whereparentstalk.com Exam week kicks off today in our household. My 12-year-old son will write 6 final exams in 8 days as part of the home stretch of grade 7. It's a fascinating exercise to watch how different children manage this process. Because procrastination ...

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All parents deal with the trials and tribulations of toilet training. But some parents undergo different challenges that extend beyond the potty training time period, requiring much more than a quick rush to the bathroom with a leaking toddler in their hands. Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, co...

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Daniella Girgenti Moms really do have it rough sometimes. For one, they’re the ones who carry the babies and with this come emotions that run wild and physical changes that some fear can’t be undone. Samantha Montpetit-Huynh, mother of two and owner and founder of Core Expectations – an ...