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Your Toddler's Growth and Development

Maysie18

6 Augusta 2017

My boy is 2 next week and is weighing in at 19 kg and 100cm tall! He isn't fat he is just r...

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Kirsten__1

autism and chewing fingers

My son near to be 3 and a half year old may be autistic, he is involved in therapy and working we...

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Ajilla

Worried about my dear son 21 months

Hi mummies, my son is 21 months who doesn't say any word. He bubbles sometimes but not actua...

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Jess1209

Is preschool necessary?

Hi, I just want to get other people's advice/views on preschool. I am lucky enough to be a stay ...

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OC1246 wrote: .....I am confused now....I thought preschool came after kindy? Either way, I don't think any of it is necessary ...

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5 reasons your kids need fewer toys

Kids actually thrive with minimalism. Here are a few arguments for getting rid of some of your ki...

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How to do "Time Out"

Time-out certainly sounds like a brilliant fix: A child spends a few minutes sitting alone, and e...

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Lil_possum_&_Jack

Given up the dummy - Looking for a special gift

Emily has given up her dummy. Her decision, however she has tried to go back on it, but at 3 yea...

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What about something like this to signify him or her as a big boy / big girl now that they don't need their dummy? https://www....

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5 all time classic toddler books

With so many to choose from, it was hard to just choose just 5, but here are the ones that made o...

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How to predict your child's height

https://www.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/calculator...

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melissa & alyssa

Dirt eating and how to stop

Hi my 2 year old daughter just wont stop eating dirt. Ive read that she could be lacking somethin...

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Personally I'd take her to a GP and check for nutritional deficiencies. I've also read it can be due to that (I think iron...

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Do you ask your children to do chores around the house?

Asking your kids to help do little jobs around the house can help them to learn important lifeski...

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Your toddler's physical development

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MISSING TEETH

Hi Just wondering if any one else has come across this now that there toddler has most/all of the...

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My boy has missing teeth at the upper from left and right of his front teeth. I went to the dentist in anzac avenue dental and the ...

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What your child is trying to say when they are upset

Tantrums - there is no escape no matter how well prepared you think you are for them. You’re alre...

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How to calculate how tall your child will become as an adult

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Kirsten__1

wondering what size shoes your 2 and half year old boy wears

Hi all, Just a bit interested to find out what shoe size your 2 and a half year old boy wears? M...

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Thank you for your replies. I know understand why i am buying new shoe sizes every few months! My son is 100cm tall and in soze 10...

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Tips for handling the emotional development of your toddler

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Ditching the dummy

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What are you reading to your children at the moment?

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How to build healthy self-confidence in your child

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Your toddler's social development

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Your child's emotional development

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Emotional learning begins at a very young age, as children discover a wide range of emotions, and evolves as they grow and continues...

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What you need to know about dealing with toddler tantrums!

https://www.huggies.com.au/toddler/development/...

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Some kids may have tantrums often, and others have them rarely. Tantrums are a normal part of child development. Tantrums are extrem...

Noeleen_Tuala

My 30month old is not talking clearly

Hi Mamas, My son is 30months old and is not yet talking clearly. He talks and rambles on but in ...

4 replies

If your son has a limited vocabulary according to his age and cannot take imitate the words, a history of ear infection, a family hi...

ErinBoxtel

Big beds & toilet training

Just wondering at what age everyone started toilet training their boys & how/what cues did yo...

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How to build healthy self-esteem

https://www.huggies.com.au/toddler/development/...

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Little Man''s Mummy

Cries at the drop of a hat

My DS is just over 14 months and has turned into a totally different little boy! Up until he was ...

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I want to be a mother but I most dislike babies when they cries at the drop of a hat.

ajna

I can't take it away. ( DUMMY)

Hi Huggies Girls. My boy is 22 months old he goes to day care 2 days a week. Going well at day c...

118 replies

My daughter was over 3 when I had finally had enough. We had tried a few different things and in the end I ended up cutting the dumm...

cutiepiebabies

Toilet training dramas

I am having a real friggin' nightmare toilet training my 3yr old. I had pressure from my fam...

9 replies

Did you know you can get online help with our Huggies Pull Ups School of Toilet Training here: https://www.huggies.com.au/samples/pu...

kptnz

17th month old not talking

Hi guys I hadn't really thought about it up until recently, when someone in my family said ...

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Please don't worry for one minute about your 17 month old not talking - really, people should keep their wonderings to themselv...

Natasha2291

play groups - te atatu peninsula

Hi all, just wanted to see if anyone is aware of any play groups in te atatu peninsula that are c...

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Finding your toddler's behaviour challenging? Check out these great tips from Helen Reese, Professional Psychologist!

https://www.huggies.com.au/toddler/videos

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Kirsten__1

tip toe walking

Hi, I have a very active and extremely confident gross motor 18 month old boy. He runs not only o...

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Toe walking is normal in toddlers at this age. In a very small number of cases tip toe walking can be due to underlying causes. Keep...

kptnz

When did your toddler start kicking balls forward?

When did your toddlers start kicking balls? My 15 month old kicks balls forward. She aims and do...

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flossy77

How big is your 13 month old?

I just saw the post about 18 month olds and thought that my DS is a giant! He weighed 11.5kgs and...

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Bub was 10 pound 2 ounces by cesarean at birth 5 days late. He is now 23 months old, 90cm and weighs almost 14kg

Buste_Xx

It's all happening at once.

So I'm a little worried, My son is 22 months old and we want to get him in to a 'big bo...

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My twins went into big beds at the same time. It was really quite funny at first as they didn't know they could get out. We use...

VaVe82

Mild Autism? Question and advice. Lock

Hi all! My husband and I are thinking that maybe our 3 and a half year old might have a mild form...

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Thank you for your input JDFSHandT, although I am aware of the many different 'types' of autism, my daughter definitely do...

makalu

What age do toddlers understand this first then that

Bit of a random question but I've been trying for the last few months to introduce to my son...

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I think its a good age..my difference is that my daughter loves going out unless she's excited about something at home..i alway...

babymummyjade

not eating much and not growing

Hey guys we took our 15 month old in to the doctors for her needles and check up we found out she...

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Agree with what the other ladies have said above. My dd is now 2 1/2 and weve have feeding issues / weight gain / growth issues from...

steph19

Delayed Speech

So I know dd is behind in regards to speech as her 3 day older cousin speaks in 3 word sentences ...

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It is true that many toddlers who face speech delay. It may happen due to Hearing loss due to infection or Larynx problem or Learnin...