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Toddler FAQS

Toddler FAQs
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We answer your popular toddler questions

Where can I find concise information on childhood illnesses which could affect my toddler?

We have clear advice on everything from constipation to hay fever, stings and bites to treating parasites in our child health section.

My toddler is a fussy eater. How can I make sure she’s getting all the nutrients she needs?

We have advice on how much a toddler should eat as well as what vital vitamins she should be getting in her diet.

My child wets his bed. What can I do about this?

Children who are out of nappies during the day can take months to become dry at night. In fact, doctors don't consider bedwetting to be a problem until a child is at least five years old. Read our bedwetting article.

When should I start potty training my toddler?

Check out our guide to successful potty training for advice.

Which toys should I be buying to encourage my child's development?

Read our article on choosing age appropriate toys for your toddler. It also gives tips to know when your child has grown out of their toys

My toddler has an imaginary friend. Should I be worried?

It is perfectly normal for children to have imaginary friends. In fact, it is seen. by some as a healthy part of child development. Our article on imaginary friends will explain why.

People tell me I shouldn't let my toddler play on my iphone. Are they right?

Toddlers grow up using devices these days whether it's games, phones or computers. Check out our quick guide on how to approach the heady mix of toddlers and technology.

How do I know when I should be teaching my toddler certain skills?

Some life skills are simply acquired. Some have to be painstakingly taught to us. Here's our guide to teaching toddlers key life skills.

My child is struggling to move from his cot to a bed. What can I do?

Don't let moving to a bed become a battle of wills. Follow our guidance in this cot to bed article.

My toddler has started to have full-blown tantrums. How should I deal with them?

Embarrassing in public, exhausting for all involved, tantrums are not just limited to the terrible twos. We have advice on dealing with toddler tantrums.

Is it unrealistic to expect my toddler to do some little chores around the home?

Learning to do some little tasks, even if it's just clearing away their own toys, will help your child grow to be more responsible and independent. See our guide to toddlers and chores.

I have a personal medical question, can you help me?

The information on the website is for general information and it is not intended as, nor should it be considered as a substitute for seeing your own doctor or health care professional. You are advised to seek professional medical advice if you have any concerns or suspect you have a medical problem.

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