Afternoon naps are essential to child’s growth as well as setting up a routine process of putting them to bed at the same time every night. Toddlers need to have 10 to 14 hours of sleep per day, including the afternoon nap/s. In this case, I am having a hard time setting this process with my two and a half year old son. Continue reading “Having A Hard Time Setting a Nap and Bedtime Routine”
My son is going to speech therapy twice a week and sure it really is helping him. Last week I heard him say 2 new words, “now what”, “up” and “no”. Continue reading “Tanner’s New Words”
Sorry for the late post. This a short and quick update.
There is nothing much to add about his speech therapy sessions. They told me that he’s still struggling on doing imitations. I’ve been reinforcing this at home but sometimes, when he is not into it, he really would not want to do it. It’s kind of frustrating sometimes. Continue reading “Speech Therapy Days 3 & 4”
Have you try commuting with your toddler without a carrier or a stroller? Well, I do. Before, I was hesitant to do it because I was worried that he would just like to be carried all the time. But since riding the bus and the max with a stroller (even the lightweight one) can be difficult sometimes especially if it’s rush hour. Continue reading “Commute with a toddler”
It’s Tanner second day today at the speech therapy clinic. We arrived 10 minutes early of his scheduled time so he kept himself busy playing while we wait. Continue reading “Speech Therapy Day 2”