5 Potty Training Tips for Your Toddler
Posted by Ideal Baby on 2/20/2015 to Kid Tips

One of the greater challenges of parents when their babies enter the toddler stage is how to potty train. Not only is this a good way to save on diapers, but it will help your child gain a sense of responsibility and independence at an early age.

If you haven't tried potty training yourself and you're presently wondering how to go about it, you need to keep in mind first that there is no single way to do it. Different techniques work for different toddlers. Hence, you have to be prepared to engage in trial and error. You also have to be patient and persistent all throughout.

Below are several tips you can try out. They have worked for other moms, but you will never know if they will be effective for your own toddler unless you give them a shot.

Oral Care for Babies
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/29/2014 to Kid Tips
It's never too early to care for your baby's gums and teeth. They may be small and appear like they won't last for long, but baby teeth enable children to chew solid food and speak clearly, and serve as placeholders for adult teeth. Keeping their teeth decay-free starts long before a tooth bud pops up through the gums.
Bathing and Grooming Your Newborn, Baby
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/28/2014 to Kid Tips
Bathing and grooming your baby is not complicated. However, you do need to pay special attention to your baby's grooming and bathing processes so that your baby is groomed and bathed safely and effectively. Bathing and grooming your baby on a regular basis will go a long ways towards keeping your baby healthy and happy.  
Holiday Babies: How to Make their Birthdays Special
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/22/2014 to Kid Tips
Frazzled parents are even more stressed, decorating, shopping, wrapping, hiding, cooking, baking, hosting, and so much more that we can make what seem like perfectly reasonable decisions to co-mingle our children’s big days with the rest of the big ones; it does minimize our parental stress, but can also create anxiety and disappointment for the very people we’re doing it all for—the kids.
It Takes a Family: Multi-generational Child Care and “The New Normal”
Posted by Ideal Baby on 12/1/2014 to Kid Tips

Cultivating a multi-generational, multi-layered approach to child-rearing may be a thing of the past, but it is making a fast and contemporary comeback in the 2010s.

Is Your Child Old Enough for Trick-or-Treating?
Posted by Ideal Baby on 10/20/2014 to Kid Tips
The tradition of trick-or-treating has created so many treasured memories among kids all over the world. As adults, we’ll always keep those memories and wish that our children can have their very own memories of Halloween too. But how do we know that our little ones are ready to have their first trick-or-treat experience? The answer depends on your reason for the activity.
Tips To Help Your Baby Sleep Better
Posted by Ideal Baby on 9/15/2014 to Kid Tips
Newborn infants, by nature, sleep during the day and are awake most of the night. What's more, they often have irregular sleeping patterns and would usually sleep for just 2 to 3 hours each time. The good news is that when they reach 3 to 6 months of age, they learn to sleep for 5 hours straight already during the night.
Create A Play Space For Your Kids
Posted by Ideal Baby on 8/22/2014 to Kid Tips
If you have extra space then you can decorate it for your kid. Your child will be delighted to have a specially designed area, equipped and decorated especially for the purpose of play.
Reading is FUNdamental
Posted by Ideal Baby on 8/22/2014 to Kid Tips
A child’s brain is a sponge, absorbing as much information as possible while she explores the new and fascinating world around her. Reading to your child even as early as infancy can help your child develop in more ways than you could ever have imagined!
Five Baby Hygiene Mistakes Many Parents Commit
Posted by Ideal Baby on 8/20/2014 to Kid Tips
A lot of new parents still commit mistakes when taking care of their babies for the first time, especially in terms of hygiene. Sometimes even if you have read up a lot about the topic, it's still a bit overwhelming and you'll tend to forget everything when the baby's actually out already.
Baby’s Switch To A Big Kid Cup
Posted by Ideal Baby on 8/12/2014 to Kid Tips
Babies rely on the breast or bottle to get the nutrients that are necessary to their survival, but there comes a time when they need to make the switch from bottle to cup.
Don’t Forget the Sunscreen
Posted by Ideal Baby on 7/22/2014 to Kid Tips
Your baby’s skin is brand new, paper thin, and very susceptible to sunburn. During these hot summer months, it’s important take care of your baby’s skin to avoid a painful sunburn, and worse, dehydration and heat stroke.
Four Old Wives’ Tales Science Says Are True
Posted by Ideal Baby on 7/11/2014 to Kid Tips
Often, old wives’ tales are just that: tales. But sometimes, certain beliefs persist generation after generation. With sophisticated tools to examine these beliefs, some have been found to be surprisingly scientifically sound, like the examples discussed below.
How to Raise Adventurous Kids: 4 Tips to Get a Solid Start
Posted by Ideal Baby on 7/8/2014 to Kid Tips
In a digital age when children grow up embarking on virtual adventures, it wouldn't be too surprising in the future if they become hesitant to leave the cozy comfort of the couch and step out of the door. Unfortunately, much of life happens outside - and with people and animals who get hurt if you sling rocks at them - so sooner rather than later, you would have to introduce the kids to the world.

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