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Fussy or picky eating in children isn’t something out of the ordinary, and there are a few things you can do to help make sure your child is taking in the necessary nutrients for the day. Some tips to encourage fussy eaters to eat are: – Do not rush your child to eat. Let them eat at their own pace. – Ensure your child’s eating environment is calm. – Begin with small manageable portions, and reward/praise them when they finish. – Do not give up on new foods. If your child refuses it once, try again in a few days. Learn more and find tips on how to encourage picky eaters to eat.

 

 

There are several foods you can give to your child to help naturally boost their immune system. Food and healthy nutrition are the key to a good and well-functioning immune system. It is important to give your child foods that are rich in nutrients such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin E, prebiotics, and protein! Several food groups can boost your child’s immunity and decrease the rate of diseases and infection. Learn more about how to boost your child’s immune system, and which foods can help.

 

 

Separation anxiety in toddlers is very common, and it is only natural that your child feels some anxiety or gets upset when you are not with them. The best ways to handle separation anxiety are as follows: – Keep goodbyes short. Sticking around longer might cause your child to think something is wrong and might lead to worry. – Create a quick goodbye ritual between you and your child. This will help make farewells take the same amount of time. – Remain calm, positive and confident. Do not give your child anything to worry about, otherwise they will pick up on it.

Ref:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/baby/babys-development/behaviour/separation-anxiety/

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Separation anxiety in toddlers is very common, and it is only natural that your child feels some anxiety or gets upset when you are not with them. The best ways to handle separation anxiety are as follows: – Keep goodbyes short. Sticking around longer might cause your child to think something is wrong and might lead to worry. – Create a quick goodbye ritual between you and your child. This will help make farewells take the same amount of time. – Remain calm, positive and confident. Do not give your child anything to worry about, otherwise they will pick up on it.

Ref:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/baby/babys-development/behaviour/separation-anxiety/

 

Toddler tantrums are common, and a normal part of child development. It’s how toddlers express that they are upset. It is very important that you remain calm when your toddler has a tantrum. Responding to your child with loud, or angry outbursts may cause him to imitate your behaviour. Distracting your child is a great way to handle a tantrum. Reading a book, changing location, or anything that might get their minds distracted. If your child is hitting or being aggressive, it is best to hold them to make them stop, and then wait for them to no longer be aggressive before peacefully explaining to them what they did was wrong. If your toddler escalates the tantrum, it is best to remove them from the situation and consider putting them in a time-out. Does your toddler have a tantrum when they lose at their favourite game? Teach your child how to win and lose graciously!