Any suggestions on toddlers best/comfortable car seats? Want to invest in something well worth for my soon to be 2 year old. Don’t get me wrong he has 1 from Walmart but we want dad to have 1 in his car too. Thanks
We just moved to our new house and we found out that our neighbor's dogs will come by our yard and roam all the way down the street completely unleashed and without their owner ... They have destroyed our path lights and they poop and pee in our yard... They are two very huge German Shepherds. I’m so scared because we have a nine month infant and he will probably be walking by summer. The ... More
This is all about my own MOM. Yes, of all people that could get into my nerve about oversharing on social media, it’s my own mother. She’s a 1st time grandmom who loves facebook! I’ve talked to her on so many occasions about this topic but I’m getting to a point now that I feel like I don’t want to send her his own grandson’s pictures or limit it or maybe snail mail her printed pictures because... More
I’m looking to purchase padding for our fireplace hearth. There is a company out in Oregon that makes foam that covers entire hearth, but it’s pretty pricey. https://babysafetyfoam.com/fireplace-hearth-guard/?gclid=Cj0KCQiAzKnjBRDPARIsAKxfTRD83LPa932m1vNDq48U5yzz3oVKE3HDDQzC-aEtfvBHIf55TdOheFkaAj0AEALw_wcB Does anyone know of a similar company?
My daughter is about to be 14 months and seems very interested in all kinds of nuts n bolts. She’s touching chairs, door hinges etc. so my question is any one ever used any tool box with their young kiddo that is not a choking hazard?
My LO is already 2 and we’re wondering when to change the car seat. Although i don’t feel him uncomfortable, though his legs are already bent, when in the seat and goes way past it. He only weighs 24-25lbs so i’m wondering when you changed car seats of your LO or anyone you know is fitting these profile, too
Has anyone considered getting the WayB car seat? https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/meet-pico-the-travel-car-seat-for-kids-2-5-years Or know of something comparable? It looks great for ease of travel but is expensive so I'm wondering if there is a good alternative that is as small/light. Thank you!
I need suggestions on how to kid proof his nursery before going to big boy bed. He’s pulling on the camera chord from his crib, he’s climbing on everything, he can open doors. I would love ideas to keep his room safe if he gets out of bed. How does everyone toddler proof the camera chord?
My 2.5 year old has a massive bedtime routine and I hate to do less books or less songs but he also LOVES the tub. Trying to figure out if I’m being a massive push over here 🤦🏼♀️
We are moving to a house with a paved yard. We're used to having a big grassy yard and I'm nervous about my toddler hurting himself. He's got a roller coaster, slide, and all sorts of little rolling toys he could fall using. Any ideas about something cost-effective we can do to make the area safer, or do you think being an overly worried mama and playing on concrete is fine?
My little one has been interested in getting into the trash ever since he could walk. I'm hoping someone has found a trash can that is secure against a toddler's prying hands. I'd prefer this to a lock, since I don't have good luck with those in general.
Hello everyone, I start this post with a very heavy heart. I have an 8 month old daughter, and I am a pumping mom. When she was six months old, I got a tattoo— totally oblivious to the fact that the ink could potentially lead to the breast milk when I made the appointment. My artist finished the outline and then remarked that had he known I was, he probably wouldn’t have done it. He said it was... More
I have been using microwave to boil fruits to make purée for my baby as she has recently started eating solids. It is less time consuming and boils fruit chunks in 5 mins or less. Was wondering is it fine to use the microwave? Please suggest.
My baby is expert in crawling now and I don’t know why she loves jumping off the table, bed, stroller etc. i usually keep her as engaged as I could but for a fraction of second if I take my eyes off she just jumps off even the stroller if i get delayed in securing the belts. I am so so tense. Is it normal for babies to do such things? Do they get serious injuries during such incidents?
Even if I pull the blankets down he’ll still do it :/ and he shifts around his crib and lays on his side still doing this.
My LO is a crawling maniac with a death wish so we installed baby gates at the stairs. All is good for him but my cats, who I thought would just jump over the gates, are stuck too! This would be simply amusing except this blocks them from the litter box. Anyone have any ideas?