user6421
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When you don't think (grand)children are getting the care they need
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With this story it needs to be reported. The infections that the children are having are a bacterial infection which isn't good. I know this as my step-son is in the same area with the way his mother ...

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Improving verbal learning
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One huge things that a lot of parents I have in my mother group don't realise is that children have multiple phrases, sentences and words that are new to them every day. Sometimes this may be a ...

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Three year old gags when he tries new foods
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Get him involved in the prep of food. Even if it's something as simple as tearing a lettuce apart into shreds with their hands. Maybe try growing some herbs in a pot, and strawberries. Make some ...

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How do you convince your son to poop in the toilet?
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My boy was much like that. But NEVER move back steps as that is basically telling him it's okay to give up. As the "wait" can be a bit boring, give him a book or have a poster up in the toilet for him ...

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How to make my 32-month-old regain his interest in eating when he starts to lose weight?
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This sounds really harsh, but both of my step-children have these stages... It is normal. Biggest thing we got told by the doctor and other mothers from my mothers group, keep serving up food. Have ...

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How can I encourage language development in my infant?
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Keep is simple. All I can say, is children "accidentally learn things" so make it fun. Make animal noises, say the simple sounds that are similar to aahhhh like Maaaaaa Daaaaa Baaaa or even ta for ...

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