WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH YOUR CHILD:
TWO THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
1. Your child's limited vocabulary may create some misunderstandings. Watch for words that sound alike but have very different meanings, or words that have more than one meaning. Enjoy watching your little one take on the challenge of learning to speak. You're all sure to have an occasional chuckle when you realize how your comments have been interpreted.
2. Your child is mature enough to begin learning how to share. Sharing is sometimes a difficult lesson to learn
YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH AND SAFETY
Be sure your child's runny nose isn't caused by allergies. Interestingly, new research suggests that frequent pet exposure early in life appears to protect against not only pet allergy, but also other types of common allergies, such as allergy to dust mites, ragweed and grass. If you find that your child has allergies, keep the tips below in mind.
• Limit the number of carpets in your home.