We are thinking of transitioning our 14mo to a floor bed and would love some feedback. Right now, we close the door of her bedroom for nap time and at night but I am wondering what happens when they wake up. I am sure she will be knocking on the door which is not really the idea of the montessori bed. Thanks :)
My 22 month old has mastered both holding to go to the bathroom at night and during naps and she is now going to the potty as soon as she wakes up but we can’t get her to go or I guess I haven’t “caught” the right time for her to go during the rest of the day. Any advice? What were your tricks? Is putting her on the potty every fifteen minutes necessary?
Hello! New to the Winnie app. My son is going to be 2 in November. He has always been small in size (in the 1st and not on the curve for weight and height) but it’s becoming more noticeable as all similar aged kids are so much bigger. He isn’t a picky eater, but 75% if his food goes on the floor. We will no longer let me help him with the spoon or fork and takes two bites of something and then ... More
My baby is 12 months old and refuses to eat solids, he just likes some purees like zucchini and carrots. He doesn't like any meat I make for him, only likes the processed jar. Ver often I make purees of an entire meal and doesn't eat it. He does not like new textures and anything with strong flavor. He would take the majority of fruits with oatmeal. I need some advice, I don't know... More
I’m flying with my 3-year-old and 5 month baby. This will be my and their first time flying. It’s only an hour long flight, but I’m still feeling pretty nervous. Any tips? I’m specifically worried about their ears hurting.
My little guy is 10 months and is exclusively breastfed aside from solids. For solids, he has 3 meals a day (we do babyled weaning) and loves it. I’m still nursing him 5-6 times a day. When can I start cutting out nursing/bottle? I prefer not to replace with cows milk.
Please share any tips or tricks for sleep training a 3 year old. We just changed her crib to a toddler bed so she can get down from her bed now! Any tips would be helpful!! She needs me to sit or lay by her bed in order to fall asleep, & is waking throughout the night now! Thanks!!
My daughter and I are taking a 2 hour flight in about a month. This is the first time I am taking my 19 month old (age at departure) on an airplane... A few questions I have are as following: 1) How can I get her ears to pop as we depart? 2) What are some things to keep her entertained (that the airport won't charge me a ridculous price for)? 3) Sitting on lap vs. having her own seat? Has ... More
My son is 18 months and a lot of the time he’s great but he constantly messes up everything in his path. Anything clean is now a mess. I understand that that’s just toddler behavior, but when it’s coupled with not listening to me AT ALL (read: having to ask him to come over to me 50 billion times to put sunscreen on) my patience starts getting fried. I know I need more sleep at night because my... More
My 2 year old son had a fever yesterday and that's pretty much gone now but last night and tonight he woke up shivering and with a dry cough. His throat feels swollen but not sure what I can do for this at home before I decide to take him to urgent care. Any recommendations?
Hey everyone. I’m in need of serious help. How do you guys get your toddlers to behave in public? Especially stores?? My two year old gives me such a hard time and it’s gotten to the point where I absolutely refuse to take him to the store with me. Any advice??
Solids Just wondering if this is a thing...I’m really hoping so. Starting around 8-9 months my baby no longer will willingly let me feed her first few bites of puréed food. I have to sneak in bites until she remembers she likes it then she’s okay. She willingly eats finger foods that she can feed herself. Is this normal??
My 16mo cries and screams about everything. Big or small. Sometimes it seems fake...sometimes it’s real. But I’m SO DONE. I’ve got a lot of things working against me so I can’t chalk it up to one thing. My kid hasn’t been sleeping great (molars,still nursing) she also wants to be held all the time. If I put her down all hell breaks loose. Have I caused this behavior by feeding into her crying? ... More