My two-year-old baby boy has been playing with our iPad since he was barely a toddler. Ever since he could move his little finger across the screen (since around the age of 1), he’s been able to navigate his way through the iPad. Amazingly, he could get himself to our movie streaming app and load his favorite TV shows. It helped that he observed his older sister using the iPad to read books, draw, play games, and watch shows. He quickly learned!
The Lenten season officially began last week with Ash Wednesday kicking off seven weeks of Lent, leading up to Easter at the end of March. It is common for families who observe Lent to practice meatless Fridays as one of the Lenten traditions. Of course, that means lots of Lent recipes include seafood and vegetarian dishes, which can make for a great opportunity to expose your baby to wonderful (and different) food! Check out these 7 baby-friendly Lent recipes – one for each week of the Lenten season!
7 Baby-Friendly Lent Recipes for Celebrating the Lenten Season
Potty training a toddler is something you either look forward to doing or dread. I haven’t started actively potty training my two-year-old yet, but we do have a potty chair out for him in the bathroom, which he occasionally sits on. He has shown some signs that he’s ready for potty training, but isn’t quite ready yet. So, we encourage him to sit on the potty and let him go through the process as if he did use the potty, but we’re not rushing him. Whether you’re in the very early stages of potty training your baby or are preparing to do so in the near future, there are some essential potty training products you’ll need and some that will make potty training your toddler more fun. If you add a little Disney magic with fun Disney characters, then you’ll be even more on your way to potty training success!
Potty Training Essentials for Your Toddler’s Success, with the Help of a Little Disney Magic!