Transitioning to a Toddler Bed? Here's What You Need To Know
So she’s giving up the crib? Or moving out of the family bed? You’ve been to the store and picked out the cutest toddler bed? All of you are totally excited?
Except instead of rolling over and falling asleep, now she comes out every two minutes to find you? All evening long? And the next day she’s a basket case because she’s so exhausted?
Welcome to the Toddler bed. Kids love the new-found freedom. They can’t help but test the limits. And being all by herself with no sides can feel very scary.
So how can you get her to form the new habit of falling asleep in her new big-girl bed without losing your mind?
How to Survive a Road Trip With a Toddler...
Road tripping with toddlers – it sounds like a party, but believe me – it is not as fun as it sounds (wait… Does it even sound fun? If it does, you’ve probably never done it). If you have toddlers, you’re planning on taking a vacation this year, and you are thinking of traveling by car, its a good idea to make sure you’re ready.
I’ve traveled halfway across the country and back by myself with two kids under the age of two six times in the past year. By now, I’ve developed a pretty good road trip system. I thought I’d put together a list of tips and must-haves when you’re hitting the road with toddlers.
7 Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux - MamaNatural.com
Natural Remedies for Baby Reflux
Does your baby arch her back regularly? Or scream if you lay him on his back? Does she projectile vomit after meals? Or does his breath smell sour? Then you may be experiencing the troublesome effects of baby reflux.