Toddler milestones

Welcome to the Kiddles hub for toddler milestones. On this page, you’ll have the opportunity of learning more about toddler milestones and development at every stage. If you’re not sure where to start, here are some recommended articles:

As you enter toddler terrain, here’s what you WILL NOT miss about the baby days

A little baby is an amazing blessing, but it can be challenging in all the worst ways. As your baby transitions into toddlerhood, you might feel a little scared and like you’ll miss the baby days too much. Yes, there will be some things you’ll miss, but here are the things you won’t reminisce about. Here’s what you will not miss about the baby days.

How to deal with the terrible twos

Your once cherubic child just turned two. And as a new parent, you might be left wondering what happened to that sweet kiddo that used to look up at you adoringly and followed you everywhere you went. These days, however, you seem to be dealing with a red-cheeked, screaming ball of defiance. You’re going to have to tackle the terrible two stage.

You’ve officially entered the realm of the “Terrible Twos”, which in fact, can last deep into your kid’s third year of life. The good news is that there are quite a few ways in which you can manage that little monster, so here’s your game plan.

Surviving the trying threes

Before your kiddo turned three, you had an angel in the house. Your child, who was hardly ever a real problem before, suddenly turns into a living terror. Blowing everything you thought you knew about tantrums, back-chatting, and anger outbursts out of the park.

As your toddler explores his new world, tests her boundaries, and discovers their own personality, here are some tactics you can try to help you survive the trying threes with your sanity intact.

Why reading to your tot is crucial for healthy development

Beyond ensuring his safety and wellbeing, reading to your kid is one of the most important things you can do for your toddler. Why? Well because it enhances his vocabulary. It also helps him understand a broader range of topics in everyday life and creates a special time and place where you get to bond with your child. Here’s why all parents need to read to their kids from a young age.

Healthy development skills: independence and how to teach it

Toddlers have an innate desire to do things for themselves. But if they don’t know the first thing about being independent, it can be a hot mess of emotions. Here’s some advice on teaching your tot to be more independent.