When you have a baby you discover there are a lot of debates in the parenting world. One of them being when to introduce your child to lovey another being if you should introduce your child to a lovey at all! Well I have given both of my kids a lovey and so far I've been very happy with what has occurred.
Yep, Urkel really did do that. I grew up watching ABC's Friday night line up, aka, TGIF and shows rotated out every few years but one of the ones I loved was Family Matters. There were a ton of hilarious moments, teachable moments and heartbreaking moments during it's nine year run but there is one episode in particular that really stuck with me and has helped me out a lot.
I thought I had it all figured out. My toddler would declare that she pooped and she would have about an 80% accuracy of having already gone or would go within the hour. After months of this, I took it as a sign that she was ready for potty training. We purchased her a potty, a book about going to the potty and I started scouring the internet for best practices.
As a child I never broke a bone. I never required a trip to the ER. I was always careful, I guess or the non-adventurous type. Well my toddler has already proven herself to be the exact opposite of her mama because the ripe old age of 2 and she landed herself in the ER with a "common" injury among toddlers that I never even knew existed.
The following post is a guest post written by Christine H. from MADE OF, the first organic baby product company that certifies every product and shares every ingredient. Today she is sharing vital information about vitamins for babies; when supplementation is necessary, the benefits of providing vitamins to your baby and examples of which vitamins are great for babies.
Diapers. An item many parents quickly find a preferred brand. Once that diaper you find works for both your baby and your wallet it is hard to be swayed. Pampers, a brand synonymous with diapers have come up with a new line that focuses on "thoughtfully-selected materials".