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Traveling is the way to relax from our busy lives. But traveling with toddlers can be cumbersome if not planned properly. It can prove to be a way to build a strong family relationship by traveling with them if properly planned. The flights nowadays allow you to bring only a small carry-on bag in which you have to adjust your things just to make way for your child’s needs.

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Muskan Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 5:35:08 PM(UTC)
 
Hello,

This is common problem with kids.BigGrin

You need to be very smart in what you are offering to your child.

Do not force your kid for eating food.

Make sure your baby is having enough physical activities to digest what he eat before.

Try to involve your child in next meal plan and give them surprise treat with healthy smoothy or deserts once a week.

Do not make the meal time trauma time for your child.

You can find more information on How to change toddlers eating habits in India from:

http://www.parentingnati...ating-habits-in-india?_4

laxmichhaya Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 2:40:32 PM(UTC)
 
HELLO,

SAIRAJ, MY SON IS MOODY CHILD. SOMETIMES HE IS ENJOY TO TAKE A LUNCH OR DINNER BUT SOMETIME HE REFUSE TO DO IT. SO I AM SO MUCH UPSET. WHAT CAN I DO