To care for the teeth

Healthy Teeth Developing The growth of healthy teeth that can withstand tooth decay depends on the diet. Your baby's milk teeth have formed during pregnancy, so you're responsible for your condition with your diet. You can do a lot to keep the first eight in order to make sure the second teeth grow up healthy.
Toddler - Discipline and cooperation Toddler

Discipline and cooperation

parents whose babies grow into toddlers , think a lot about education. No wonder! Your baby can accomplish many things alone - but not all of it meets with parental approval. The time around the first birthday Your baby can now almost independently move around the apartment, it is on the best way to learn to speak and it can basically understand what ""no"" means.
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Play to promote movement

The following game ideas promote the physical development of your child and can be easily integrated into the daily routine. Here you will find enough material for even the most active child. Climbing and Balancing Doodling and Painting Dressing and Undressing Filling and Pouring Forming and Kneading Pulling and Pushing Rolling and Pedaling Running and Jumping Stacking
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Toddler - Coping with tantra Toddler

Coping with tantra

Avoiding Tantrums In some infants, defiant reactions and temper tantrums are part of everyday life. In others, they are much less common. But you may be able to reduce your child's tendency to tantrums: Organize your toddler's life so that frustrating experiences remain within what your child can tolerate.
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Toddler - Milestones: Talking Toddler

Milestones: Talking

As your mental, emotional and social development progresses, so will your baby gradually learn to use words to describe what it sees, hears, feels and thinks. Researchers today know that, long before the first spoken word, a child learns to use language rules and language the way an adult does. From babbling to the first word Children learn to speak within the first two years of life.
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Teething in the second year of life

your child will probably ""teething"" throughout his second year of life, and it's likely to get more Have pain than in the first year of life. When do teeth appear in toddlers? The teeth that cause the most discomfort are the first molars that break through between the ages of 12 and 15 months, and the second molars that appear approximately at the end of the second year of life.
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Toddler - Help with language acquisition Toddler

Help with language acquisition

Children are very interested in human voices. They listen and focus on the voice of the one who speaks. This is the same for your toddler as it was when it was still a baby. How can I support my child? Talk to your child as often as possible - from day one. Of course, this should not happen under pressure or be exaggerated
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Toddler - Milestones: Self-employment Toddler

Milestones: Self-employment

as your child grows older, learns to do more things on their own - from t -Shirt off to the bread in the morning. You may observe the increasing independence of your child with a laughing and a crying eye, but it is an important step in your child's personal and social development of self-care. Beginning .
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Toddler - A fast and healthy breakfast for your child Toddler

A fast and healthy breakfast for your child

No time to waste: Breakfast in Seconds Finding the time to prepare a delicious breakfast every morning is not so easy. Not to mention the time it costs to have your child eat it too ... But the good news is that you do not have to make a big offer every morning - it's important that your child gets off to a good start to the day a good dose of energy and some important nutrients.
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Toddler - Good sleep habits from 18 to 24 months Toddler

Good sleep habits from 18 to 24 months

Normal Sleep Your child should now sleep and sleep for about 10 to 12 hours at night to take a nap of about two hours. Some kids even take two naps a day until their second birthday - if yours is one of them, let them do it. How to Help Your Child Fall asleep At this age, some of the best ways to get your child to sleep and fall asleep are the following
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Toddler - Good sleep habits from 24 to 36 months Toddler

Good sleep habits from 24 to 36 months

Normal Sleep Between the second and third birthday, your child may need about one night eleven hours sleep and one to one and a half hours sleep in the afternoon. Most children go to bed between 7pm and 9pm and wake up between 6am and 8am. But even though it seems that your child's sleep habits fit yours
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Toddler - Getting Dry for Girls Toddler

Getting Dry for Girls

Know the Right Time for Your Daughter If your daughter wants to get dry, then the key is to do it that you have the right moment for it. Some children are ready to take off the diaper at the age of 18 months, while others are only four years old. Lucky for you: Girls are generally drier earlier than boys.
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Toddler - Getting Dry for Boys Toddler

Getting Dry for Boys

Wait for the right time to dry out The key Drying up is waiting for the right time with your son. Some children are ready to take off the diaper at the age of 18 months, while others are only four years old. It is well-known that boys later become dry as girls, and that the second or third-born are generally more dry than the first-born.
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Toddler - Insect bites and their treatment Toddler

Insect bites and their treatment

My child was stung by an insect. Should I be worried? An insect sting in children is not uncommon, because there are many pests in Germany that can sting. Venomous Venomous Spear: Bee Bumblebee Wasp Hornets Bloodsucking Insects: Mosquitoes Brakes Fleas Head Lice Animal Lice biting midges bed bugs some types of flies Ticks are also bloodsuckers
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Toddler - Sunburn and sunscreen Toddler

Sunburn and sunscreen

My child has a sunburn. How can I treat him? Give your child plenty to drink to compensate for the loss of fluid from the sun. To relieve the sunburn yourself, put a cotton cloth in cool water, wring it out and gently place it on the affected area for a quarter of an hour. Repeat this several times a day
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New flu (swine flu)

What is swine flu? New flu or swine flu or Mexico flu is a highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory tract. She became known as swine flu or swine influenza. But the virus called H1N1, which originated in Mexico, can also attack humans and spread from person to person like a normal flu virus.
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Toddler - Milestones: 13 to 18 months Toddler

Milestones: 13 to 18 months

Here is an overview of the key infant development milestones between the ages of 13 and 18 months. But keep in mind: every child is unique in its development and develops the skills at its own pace. Some things may therefore be stated earlier than here, others perhaps later. We can only tell you what happens on average.
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Toddler - What is a defiance reaction? Toddler

What is a defiance reaction?

Where does a tantrum come from? Not every expression of anger or defiance equals a tantrum. Infants tear themselves, stomp their feet on the floor or get so stiff that you can not get them in the buggy - and yet have no tantrum or Koller. A real tantrum is even more special: it happens when your child emotionally blows a fuse.
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Toddler - Food by age: 12 to 18 months Toddler

Food by age: 12 to 18 months

Beware of the ""foodie"" Well, there you Small is officially a toddler, his eating habits could change. Toddlers are known to be very picky eaters. It may even be that they themselves deny courts that were their favorite food yesterday. It can also happen that your child cleans up at a meal like a barn thresher and at the next opportunity pecks like a sparrow.
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Toddler - Sibling rivalry Toddler

Sibling rivalry

Where does rivalry come from among siblings? For a toddler who used to think it was the center of the universe, it can be especially hard to greet a new baby in their home. And that's not the fault of the parents! Because especially in the first two years of life, it is completely normal that everything revolves around the baby or toddler.
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Toddler - The ABC of Potty Training Toddler

The ABC of Potty Training

without a diaper, is a milestone you may long for. And even though you may hear stories from other children who were supposed to be dry in a few days, keep in mind that your child may need a few weeks or months to make it to the bathroom. Of course, there are always steps backwards. When will your child be ready?
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