Create Bedtime Rituals to End Toddler Tantrums

    Written by Family Video Coupon on November 12, 2016. Posted in Dealing with the terrible twos, Newborn sleep patterns, Newborn sleeping patterns

    Toddler picky eater

    Are you currently dealing with the terrible twos? Guess what? So is your toddler.

    While your toddler may still be happy and easy to be around most of the time, they are going through a period of rapid growth, which includes developing language and social skills. So, if you’re exploring ways for how to stop toddler tantrums, pay attention to when and where they occur.

    If your toddler is throwing screaming tantrums, becoming a picky eater, or throwing their stuffed animals and other toys around, you’re probably looking for creative solutions to maintain your calm, and yes, your sanity, too.

    First of all, remember that you’re not alone when dealing with toddler tantrums. Many two-year-olds engage in all sorts of supposedly uncharacteristic behavior.

    Even though your friends’ toddlers may

    5 Tips to Help Your Newborn Sleep

    Written by Family Video Coupon on June 22, 2016. Posted in Fussy eaters toddlers, Healthy food for picky toddlers, Newborn sleep patterns

    Terrible twos behavior

    For many new parents, the phrase ‘sleeping like a baby’ is quite the oxymoron. The fact is for the first week newborn babies sleep well, but after each parent has to come up with a plan to develop a newborn sleeping schedule. Here are some newborn sleep tips that will help your entire house sleep like a baby.

    1. Keep them awake for a short amount of time

    You should not keep your baby up for long. Newborn babies sleep better when they sleep more often, meaning every one to two hours you should be soothing your child to a nap. In the beginning of their life it is hard for them to stay awake for long peri