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TWO + TWO = NINE

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Potty Training: 

Put some Cherrios in the toilet and have your son go for target practice.

 

Magic water, using a sanitizer that make the toilet water blue, tell your child to change the water to green. That is what will happen if they pee.

 

Bath Time: 

Place nonslip decals on the sides of the tub, and on the ledge, along with the bottom, gives them something to hold on to.

 

Don't fill the water level above the belly button it gives them a feeling of rocking or of being in motion, they tend to fall over easier, and become a little fearful of the water.

 

Place a bar of soap inside a sock for a bath scrubber that won't slip out of small hands.

 

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Socks: 

To prevent children from slipping on the floors, use fabric paint or puff paint on the bottom of their socks, gives traction.

 

Losing one of those little socks in the dryer, pin socks together before washing, you will always end up with two when you are done.

 

You can also get a mesh bag and wash and dry those little socks in them whatever goes in stays in. Can even be used when they get older.

 

Sharing:

Have one child split what ever they are sharing and the other child gets to pick the half they want. This goes for thier friends beside thier siblings. They will learn quickly how to make things even.

 

Food tips:

When giving the litte one something to eat and decrease choking hazards. Make sure there is always a rough side. Example cut grapes in half, don't cut hotdogs into disks, cut thenm length wise and then in half again it will decrease choking hazards.

 

Bedroom:

Toys all over the room, Hang a pillow case in the room on a hook, have child place her toys in there when they are done playing.

 

Using chalkboard paint, paint the back of their closet door, add a nice border, and let them draw away.

 

Replace the nobs on your childrens furniture with alphabet blocks.

 

 

 

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