Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Little Astronaut
A bit about our Obstructive Sleep Apnea Journey
Doggies and Duckies and Fragrant Flying Poop
Welcome to our Toddler Doctor blog! On this page, I will post about our potty training adventures, the daily music lessons I give to my son, and all the toddler activites that I love so much. Everything that I do has a solid foundation in research, experience, and a love of all things goofy!
In spite of these potty training developments (+ some exciting comprehension & language developments), he has had a major sleep regressions!
All week long, I have been keeping track of David Michael’s Accident-Free status and let me tell you… those days were adding up and FAST!
I interrupt this four-part poop series to talk about that oh-so-elusive, holy grail of all that we desire in work and home and life… BALANCE
In this post, I want to talk about training for poop from the beginning, pooping pretty much anywhere, and what to do when your child won't
Today, we are going to dive into the many questions we have at the beginning of potty training about poop including those shockingly elusive
I want to start with what I believe to be the most important consideration when it comes to your child and their adorable and oh-so-smelly b
"As of today, we are on Day 15 of potty training and things are going remarkably well even though we are traveling."
"So, Day 3 of our Potty Training adventure was a day where we really started to see this little endeavor pay off."
'I would recommend providing your sitter with a list of your child's "go signals." What does your child do when she has to poop?"
"On the second day, that brilliant sheen on the little teal potty had worn off and the leftover scent of toddler pee floated gingerly throug
He is only 17 months old. BUT! He has been showing signs of readiness to potty train. Here is what Potty training has looked like for us!