Welcome to the Kiddles hub for toddler development. On this page, we’ll share our collection of tips, tricks, and advice for all things toddler development. If you have no clue where to get started with reading, here are some pointers:
Most important toddler development milestones
Major milestones are anticipated with all parents. Things like when your baby takes her first wonky steps, says his first word, or heads off to preschool for the first time. Those are all huge moments for us as parents. But aside from the major milestones, there are a lot of checkpoints along the way that are very significant. And sadly, often overlooked. Here are some of the most common toddler milestones you should take note of.
Toddler milestones months 14-18
Wondering what your baby should be able to do at 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 months old? Here’s a summary of the first toddler milestones you should expect your kiddo to reach within this 5-month period.
Toddler milestones months 19-24
Wondering what your toddler should be able to do at 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24 months old? Here’s a summary of the second toddler milestones you can expect your kid to reach within this 6-month period.
Toddler milestones months 25-36
Trying to figure out which important milestones your toddler will reach between 25 and 36 months of age? Here’s a summary of the most essential third toddler milestones to be on the lookout for.
What happens when your baby transitions into the toddler years?
It’s hard to believe that kids grow up at the speed of light. But the reality is that they do. And as your baby transitions into toddlerhood, he or she will master some impressive skills. Here’s a summary of the milestones you should appreciate as the baby days draw to an end. Check out the full article here.
Why and when toddlers start testing their limits
When he was an infant, your kiddo was more than happy and willing to follow your lead. But fast forward the scenario two or three years. And he suddenly realised that he isn’t glued to you and doesn’t need to stay by your side. Your once sweet little girl no longer wants or needs you to do everything for her. Oh, and she also point blank refuses to do anything you ask. This is when your toddler starts testing their limits. Read the full article by following this link.