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Developmental Milestones: 2 Years Old

Early Development

Toddler Milestones (2 to 6 years old)

February 28, 2020 By Kids Clinic 0

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Toddler Milestones (2 to 6 years old) Although no two children are exactly alike, distinct development patterns can be observed in your children aged two to six years old. If you observe any abnormalities in your child’s development, please consult your paediatrician early. How is Your Child Developing in The Trying 2s? Walks alone. Rises

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Developmental Milestones: 0-18 Months

Early Development

Baby Milestones (1 – 12 months)

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Baby Milestones (1 – 12 months) Witnessing your baby’s development is an amazing and unique experience. However, anxiety and even apprehension inevitably creeps in every now and then in the course of his development. Parents will often question themselves: “Is my baby developing normally”? Providing yourself with information about your baby’s development stages will lessen

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Travelling with Children, Early Development

Mum’s Tips on Travelling – Part 2: In-Flight Entertainment

May 13, 2019 By Kids Clinic 2442

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Part 1: Packing for a Trip with Toddlers Part 2: In-Flight Entertainment Part 3: Preparing Kid-friendly Meals Overseas Part 4: When Your Child Falls Sick Overseas https://youtu.be/HCcLX-MViq0 Flying with toddlers is often a worry for first-time parents. Toddler meltdowns can be a real nightmare on the flight when everyone is shooting dirty looks your way.

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Mother Breastfeeding The Baby

Early Development

Baby Growth & Development Part 1 (0-6 Months)

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In the first few months, it is common to experience anxiety about managing your baby’s needs around the clock – including feeding, diaper changes, baths, etc. Breastfeeding The World Health Organization (WHO) and Health Promotion Board (HPB) recommend that mothers breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months before introducing solid foods together with breast milk. Breastfeeding creates

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