This is a continuation of the speech and language developmental milestones resource and focuses on the development from 15 to 20 months of age.
The important clues about your child’s development are how your child plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves. Developmental milestones are things most children will be able to do by a certain age.
When a young child stops his/her breath for a short period, usually for less than one minute, it is called a breath-holding spell.
Tooth decay in toddlers is referred to as baby bottle tooth decay. When the enamel or the protective layer outside the tooth are eaten away by bacteria, it leads to tooth decay.
Heat rash is a quite common problem but parents often confuse it with other kinds of rashes. Just when you learn to distinguish them, you would know how to treat and prevent them from avoiding worsening of the condition.
Similar to learning to sit up, crawl, and walk, potty training is also a skill that your child must learn. There is no set right time to potty train your son. It deviates from every family and every child.
Child’s brain development is at its peak from birth to 3 years. Brain development influences all areas of a child’s growth. There are four main areas of development
By the time your kid hits the two-year age mark, he is well versed with the basic words and phrases. Their language and thinking have evolved a great deal. You can now switch from three-word sentences to more complex ones.
By now you might be familiar with all the noises that your little one makes and one of it is grinding of his teeth. It's an obnoxious sound and as it becomes a persistent problem the more you start to worry.
Becoming a grandparent is one of the greatest joys of life. You get to enjoy the little one’s first steps, take part in family vacations, and be there to watch your children enter a new stage in life as parents.