... mealtime go from a cute mess to an epic battle?
"Pickiness usually starts around 18 months and can last... with your food prep, hide veggies in foods she likes, and more. Since there are many types of pickiness, you...'ll need to figure out what works for your child. The key: Keep trying.
Don't label him "picky...
Infants and young children have trouble chewing completely, so certain foods pose a choking hazard until they reach age 4. Check out our list of foods to avoid giving babies and toddlers -- plus tips for worry-free, healthy eating.
Worried that your picky eater isn't getting enough fruits, veggies, or whole grains? Consider these between-meal
bites to help fill in the gaps. Parents tested them with 1- to 3-year-olds, who happily munched along!
Let's face it: Your kid probably has two or three school-day favorites that you pack over and over again (snore!). To shake things up, we've supplied you with 25 healthy and easy twists on popular noontime fare plus sides and snacks that you might have never considered. Follow our plan for an easy A.
Your toddler is constantly developing and reacting to the world around him. With such quick development, every day is a new adventure. We outline some of the most exciting milestones so you know what to expect.
Yesterday she was a baby, today she's a toddler--with more changes to come. This quiz will give you insights into some of the behaviors to expect during these fast-paced toddler years. As you read, keep in mind: every toddler is unique. So this quiz about developmental milestones is designed to help you appreciate what your toddler is doing right now, as well as in the months to come. (But if you have specific questions about your toddler's progress, please talk to your pediatrician.)