Home Toddler Toddler Behaviour

5 Tips for Handling a Picky Eater

If you have a picky eater at home, mealtime can turn into a battleground. Here's how to work with a fussy palate while still keeping the joy of gathering around the table.

Tips for Handling the “Terrible Twos” or the “Threenage years”

Toddlers begin to assert their independence, which can lead to moments of frustration for both children and parents. It's hard to deal with, but an important development. We've got tips to help you cope.

Milestones (1 to 3 Years): What to Watch For

Your toddler’s growth will start to slow down a little after the first year, but they will still change and grow and learn exponentially between the ages of one and three. Here are the benchmarks to watch for.

Helping Kids Obsessed With Order

Is obsessive-type behaviour a quirky phase, or something more?

What to Do if Your Toddler Isn’t Talking Yet

Toddlers can be tough to understand – but when does that become a problem?

How to curb a fussy eater

Got a picky eater on your hands? Registered dietitian Jill Wallace offers the tips to ensure mealtime goes off without a hitch.

Does your toddler prefer one parent over the other?

Sometimes your tot prefers you vs the other parent, or vice versa? The reality of toddler life is that they change day to day.

The Benefits of Playing Pretend

Imagination kicks into high gear at the toddler stage. Pretend play is educational, but also just plain fun.

Is thumb sucking really that bad?

For many, the reaction to thumb sucking is that it should be nipped in the bud before it develops into a habit through the toddler and preschool years.

How to avoid overusing negative words

Count the number of times you find yourself saying (yelling) “don’t,” “no” and “stop it” each day. Now learn how to, er, stop it.

Made Possible With The Support Of Ontario Creates