The toddler years are marked by big leaps in growth. From his first tentative steps to full out running, from babbling and single words to rushes of entire sentences, your child is growing rapidly and it shows. As a parent of a toddler your days will be long and busy with the constant demands of a little person who has many needs. Still, the next two years will fly by. As much as possible, try to allow yourself to stop long enough to enjoy the beautiful moments this age has to offer, like the first time your child tells you he loves you.

​Enjoying/Surviving Toddlerhood

We all have heard the dreaded ‘terrible twos’ and no doubt raising a toddler can be a tough job. Temper tantrums, power struggles, the highs of boundless energy and the inevitable crashes when that energy runs out are all part of the territory. However, raising a toddler can also be a lot of fun.

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Introducing Toddlers to Music

Music is natural to toddlers. Singing songs, listening to music, and making even simple sounds like tapping your foot to the beat will boost your child's development and create a rich learning environment. Read this article for easy ways to enjoy music with your little one.

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Your Growing Child: Toddlers 2-3 years

Your child has now entered into the land of “terrific twos.” The third year of development is one of high emotion as your child begins to test the limits of the world around him including, and most especially, you.

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Potty Training

Many children begin potty training between 18 to 24 months of age; however, it's not uncommon for a child to still be in diapers at three years of age or older. Both you and your child must be ready to potty train.

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