Tag: Toddler

Potty Training My 3 Year Old

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Potty training can be stressful for both the parents and the kid. We’ve been there and sometimes it also comes with a bit of frustration on both parties. So yeah, my 3 year old is already potty trained. Continue reading “Potty Training My 3 Year Old”

Therapies Are Definitely Helping Him

It’s been two months already since my son was diagnosed with Autism and  yeah time flies so fast, right? He definitely improved a lot since. He is talking more and he can say a few 2 word syllables. He is pointing more and more but he still needs improvement on using one finger to use when pointing. Continue reading “Therapies Are Definitely Helping Him”

His First ABA Therapy Session

Today’s my son’s first ABA therapy session. It feels like sending him to school. We arrived at the clinic a couple of minutes late (traffic was really awful in the morning). So he met his therapist, he greeted him with a smile and he waved his hand and said hi. My son is definitely improving on eye contact especially if he’s saying bye or hi. Continue reading “His First ABA Therapy Session”

Having A Hard Time Setting a Nap and Bedtime Routine

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”