Toddler 1-3 Years

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First trimester do's and don'ts

1-3 Years

As your baby turns into a toddler, they’ll be experiencing new things every day; from meeting new friends at nursery to eating a wider range of more grown up foods and learning to walk, talk and play. This new phase of rapid mental and physical development means their nutritional requirements are on the increase.

From 7 to 11 months vitamins and minerals such as iron are the key to a healthy toddler diet, and a wide range of healthy foods will help your toddler’s immune system fight the bugs and colds they’ll inevitably catch. In this section, you can find out how to meet your toddler’s nutritional needs, actively encourage them to develop and also cope with the odd toddler tantrum.


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    Your toddler's development

    Your baby has done a lot of growing in their first year, both physically and mentally. But from 12 months on, it’s the turn of your toddler’s brain to develop in leaps and bounds. Being part of this development is a rewarding time. The changes that occur in your toddler’s brain all contribute to those first magical steps and words.

    Your toddler learns more from you than you might realise, so as a mum, there’s lots you can do to encourage them. This article looks at what’s happening at this stage of your toddler’s development and the ways in which you can support and nurture their growth. Just remember that every toddler will progress at his or her own pace, which is what makes them so unique.

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