Between 30 and 36 months, your toddler will begin to construct sentences of four or five words. He'll also be able to tell stories and ask "what" and "where" questions. Of course, this ability comes amid a flurry of language development that started before his second birthday and will continue long after it. Your toddler is beginning to understand grammar and to use pronouns. Read Talking a Blue Streak: Language and Your Toddler
Babies don't take up much room, but their stuff sure does! Here's are a few tips to help determine what your baby really needs from those first few weeks to the first birthday and beyond. Check out these guidelines for choosing baby gear. Read Kid Stuff: Age-Appropriate Gear and Toys
Our active toddlers sometimes seem too busy to eat, and it's hard not to wonder if they're getting enough food. It turns out that eating one really good meal, two lighter meals, and two or three snacks each day is fine. Learn more. Read Kid-Friendly Meal
We all know that toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. It can help to know that this pickiness is normal behavior, and that it reflects our children's drive toward independence. Learn more about the art of feeding a toddler. Read The Art of Feeding a Toddler
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First, some perspective for frazzled parents: Every healthy child is successfully potty trained. In the long run, the age at which she masters these particular skills doesn't matter. It's not a reflection of your skills as a parent or your love for her. Doing it earlier doesn't mean she's smarter or more coordinated or will get into an Ivy League school. Read Potty Training: Signs of Readiness