Toys Birth to 24 Months Old

During the baby and toddler years, children continue to need lots of sleep, good nutrition, and close, loving relationships with parents and caregivers.
  • Create predictable routines and rituals to keep your child feeling secure and grounded.
  • Toddler-proof your home and yard so kids can explore safely.
  • Use gentle discipline to guide and teach children. Avoid hitting, which can cause long-term physical and emotional harm.
  • Sing, talk, and read to your toddler to boost their vocabularies.
  • Watch your child for cues about the warmth and reliability of all caregivers.
  • Take good care of yourself physically and emotionally, because your child needs you to be healthy.

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