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By Heidi E. Murkoff, Sharon Mazel

They guided you thru being pregnant, they guided you thru baby's first 12 months, and now they are going to consultant you thru the boy or girl years. In an instantaneous continuation of what to anticipate if you are looking forward to (over 9.6 million copies in print) and what to anticipate the 1st 12 months (over 5.6 million copies in print), America's bestselling being pregnant and childcare authors flip their uniquely accomplished, vigorous, and reassuring assurance to years and 3. geared up month by means of month for the second one 12 months (months 12-24) and quarterly throughout the 3rd 12 months (months 24-36), what to anticipate the youngster Years, second variation covers each one progress and improvement part mom and dad are inclined to encounter-when they are prone to come across it. hundreds and hundreds of questions and solutions deal with every little thing from consuming and drowsing difficulties to day care, tantrums, bottle mouth, shyness, vanity, and extra. a whole 3rd component to the e-book is dedicated to rest room education, protection, and healthiness, and a fourth covers unique concerns-the unparalleled baby, siblings, and balancing paintings and parenting.Remarkably thorough, worrying and clever, what to anticipate the baby Years, second version is as beneficial for the professional father or mother because it is for the hot father or mother.

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Flexible soles. You should be able to bend the toe of the shoe up (about 40 degrees) easily. Nonslip, nongrip soles. Soles should be neither so slippery that your toddler slides when trying to walk nor so ground-gripping that it’s hard to lift a foot. Ideally, traction should be similar to that of the bare foot. Look for rubber soles that are grooved, like tire treads. If you buy shoes with smooth, slippery soles (the kind you are likely to find on dress shoes), rough up the soles with sandpaper, or tape a couple of strips of masking tape across them to improve traction.

Part of the problem is a lack of experience with balance and coordination, which take a lot of practice to perfect. ) Another factor is farsightedness; most children this age can’t clearly see what’s under their nose (see page 5). Judgment, or rather the lack of it, also contributes. So does preoccupation. A toddler is more likely to be paying attention to what’s going on around her than where she’s going. And since toddlers are rarely able to concentrate on more than one thing at a time, collisions and spills are the typical result.

May even be able to: use a spoon/fork (but not exclusively) remove an article of clothing point to 1 body part when asked use an object in imitation Intellectual development. Early in the second year, toddlers are explorers and scientists, picking up, studying, testing, manipulating, maybe still putting in their mouths, everything in their path. Cause and effect is a major focus. They live in the here and now, and do not show much imagination or abstract thinking as yet. Emotional development.

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