Ok, My daughter is a SUPER stubborn almost 4. Usually she's a pretty decent little kid, but when necessary we've been using the suppernanny time out technique. It works GREAT! But... 9 times out of 10 when time is up she refuses to come out. Then what do we do. We don't want to start a new argument now that she's done her time.Read More
My 3mth old hates being on her tummy and im worried that this will delay her neck muscle development. She can hold her head whilst being cuddled but not when in a bouncer or bumbo seat etc.Read More
Hello....i am a first time poster here....my 18 month old daughter, cali, nurses to sleep at naps and bedtime. She is exclusively breastfed and has never taken a bottle, but will use a sippy cup now....just won't drink milk at all. i have become her human pacifier to be able to fall asleep and stay asleep. dad can occasionally rock her back to sleep, but she can not ease herself back into sleep on her own. i have started taking a birth control pill that will stop my milk supply also, so i am in the process of needing to gently wean and help her sleep on her own. i am not a fan of crying it out either, but would like some ideas on how to go about this transition to make it as easy as possible for her. PLEASE HELP!!!Read More
I dont know if my sons not old enough, he's just turned 16 months old and shows absolutelty no interest in using cutlery. Over the last 6 months Ive tried showing him how to use it, to just leaving him to work it out for himself. I wonder if theres something Im not doing right, he's my first child so I feel like Im making things up as I go along. Also I was wondering what age you generally move babies from a cot to a bed, I know it seems a stupid question but I really have no ideaRead More
While this might be my first post here, I've been a long time fan/watcher of Jo. And, in my quest for advice about my son, I found this site and really hope someone might have some suggestions.
Lately, I've been asking my son to read a book to me (instead of the other way around) once a day. He gets to choose which one he reads off a particular shelf, we sit together and he does really well.