Parenting a toddler can be physically and emotionally challenging especially when you don’t have any support or any firsthand experience at raising one.
Worry no more! Here at The Upward Blip, we make sure to provide you the most practical tips and tricks to effectively handle the demands of toddler life.
Sample Toddler Schedule you can Follow
Toddler parenting is physically taxing. You can make it a tad bit easier by implementing a schedule you can follow.
A routine will be your very best friend on this phase of your motherhood.
Here are sample toddler schedules you have to check out. You will find this helpful whether you are staying home with your little one or working.
Tips for taking care of your Toddler’s Health
We try so hard to keep our toddler healthy at all times, but let’s face it, feeling a bit under the weather is inevitable.
On that note, gathered here are a few of the common health problems a toddler can experience and some actionable tips you can do to make it better for him:
Tips to Engage your Toddler
Engaging your toddler can encourage physical, mental, and language development.
Show them the true meaning of independence.
Keep them active with sensory play and educational activities.
Having said that, find some ideas below:
Provide for your toddler by giving him everything that he needs to be clean, healthy, and happy.
Here is a few to get you started:
Feeding your Toddler
Toddlers can be picky with their food.
I mean, you can’t blame them. We as adults even choose what we think is tasty, right?
Down below are just a few food with a toddler’s seal of approval:
Remember this, Mama: You are allowed to be tired. Take that much needed rest. You deserve it!
On the other hand, also keep in mind that you only get a couple or three years to revel in the pure joy that comes with parenting a toddler.
Those little people don’t hold back at expressing how much they adore you! Embrace every moment. You will love every bit of it!
You got this!
All the best,
Check out an in-depth article about the developmental milestones of a toddler at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention here.