If you're concerned about your toddler getting a healthy meal or snack when he heads off to nursery school, daycare or the babysitter's, fix it yourself! He'll like the grown-up feeling of carrying his own lunch box and you'll rest easy knowing he's getting the nutrition he may need. More
It seems like fruit juice and juice drinks would be healthy for your growing toddler, but did you know you can give him too much of a good thing? Fruit juice tastes good and is often packaged so it's easy to carry around, but the American Academy of Pediatrics says excess juice can contribute to dental caries and diarrhea. Toddlers one to six years old should be limited to four to six ounces per day as part of a meal or snack rather than sipping throughout the day.
Rolling over is one of many developmental milestones in your baby’s life. You may see your baby kick himself over from his tummy to his back as soon as four months. Going from back to front takes stronger muscles, so it may take until he’s five to six months old to master that move.