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u/hopefaithandlove · 1 pointr/IFParents

We've discovered the Rookie Toddler series at our library. It's a great educational series that our LO loves!

We have 2 Peekaboo Sophie books with nice heavy flaps.

Who's Hiding? is also a good lift flap series. We have this one

I like the books by Todd Parr too. We have the I Love You book, the Daddy book, and Doggy Kisses. Lots of bright colours and fun to read. I want to get this one next

u/Sadie_for_real · 3 pointsr/IFParents

We just did this last January! Toddler loves this book and I've heard of other kids liking it too. There are barely any words or character development or any story at all, but its like potty training crack for kids.

This was my diaper bag potty seat and this lives in my car for emergencies where there are not toilets around. I've only used it twice, but I was SO HAPPY it was there.

We didn't do pull-ups during the day at all once we'd committed to underwear. I always make sure she goes pee before we leave and I ask her multiple times while we're out if she has to go. If we're out for an extended time, we have an obligatory bathroom trip somewhere in the middle. We do pull-ups at night still, though she is dry about 90% of the time. I'm not sure what we'll do the next time we go on an airplane. I'm going to make that a game time decision.

u/septicidal · 2 pointsr/IFParents

Hooray Hamilton tickets!!!

My husband and I have been dragging our heels about it but plan to set up a 529 for G so we can ask the grandparents, etc. to consider donating to that instead of getting big gifts. I don’t think I have room for much more stuff! I have an Amazon wishlist for G that’s shared with people, and have taken to putting specific articles of clothing and gear that he needs in addition to some less space-consuming toys.

If people absolutely must get a gift for toddler-age little ones, I can’t say enough good things about this set of Sesame Street figures; G plays with them every day in some way or another, and they don’t make noise or take up a bunch of space:

u/emilystarr · 2 pointsr/IFParents

So many times babies just don't like anything the first time they experience it. You could try giving him foods you feel super safe with at a mealtime, and just letting him do what he does with them. Things like cheerios, banana strips (if you cut a banana in half and then sort of squish it, it will break into three long strips that are perfect) or grated cheese or grated apple are safe. I did a lot of toast strips with cream cheese in the super early days of them trying to eat, and they loved those.

You can also try the mesh feeders ( and put purees into that and let him go for it.

I find it frustrating sometimes when you read things about how babies all love this toy, or they all love this thing, and I try it with mine and they're all meh, whatever, mom. Then a week later they're fighting over it, because it just all took some time to get used to.

Starting to eat is a ton of new things to get used to! There's the high chair, the spoon, the bowl, the taste of something different, the feel of something other than liquid... some kids just need more time to get used to it, and he is just at the starting point of it all. I find it super easy to feel like the first failure/rejection of something means it's never going to work, but it's not true at all.

u/squirrelgirl22 · 3 pointsr/IFParents

I Am A Bunny was SquirrelBoy's favorite book as a baby and our go-to gift for parents to be. I can't recommend it higher.

Wee Squirrel has recently been all about Sometimes I Like To Curl Up in a Ball.

Freight Train is also a big winner with its simple graphics. I propped this one up for her to look at during tummy time when she was very small.

She also loves The Little Engine That Could and the Llama Llama series!

u/bakinglove · 2 pointsr/IFParents

My daughter loves books and I really like some of the Sandra Boyton books. We got this vinyl one, "Barnyard Bath", for bathtime- it's silly, short, and gets the kids involved in cleaning the animals and then themselves.

Dear Zoo is a classic lift-the-flap with pretty sturdy flaps. Goodnight Gorilla is also an old school book with a simple story told mostly through the pictures.

I'm loving all the suggestions!

u/Feelsliketeenspirit · 1 pointr/IFParents

I've never done that!!! I don't go out that much so we've just been using the potty at home.

I have this one but it doesn't fit the long public toilet seats that well. I just happened to buy it months ago so that's what I had on hand. I think something like this would be better for public toilet use.

u/imissmycoffee · 1 pointr/IFParents

The book we have is How to Get Your Kid to Eat: But Not Too Much

It’s fairly old but still relevant so we got an inexpensive used copy. My husband has read a lot of it (he’s the cook); I’ve only read some parts that seemed most relevant. Like with Ferber it takes a little bit of effort to get past feeling defensive that you’re doing everything “wrong” especially if like me you have been begging/pressuring kid to eat out of worry. I feel like changing our approach gave me “permission” or something not to worry if my kid only wants one food or only wants bread for 3 meals in a row.

We adapted the basic approach and made meal/snack times closer together than I think she suggests (about 2-2.5 hours except a long stretch around nap) for now to be able to avoid giving unplanned snacks to hangry toddler. Even though he didn’t have much patience for it we started putting him in the high chair for most food. Now he’s still not as patient as basically every other kid I see but big improvement, even when he’s not that hungry he will often explore his foods and “chat” with us a bit instead of immediately freaking out to get down. Seems obvious in retrospect that the predictable structure/cues help him know what’s happening.

u/secondtimeisacharm · 3 pointsr/IFParents

So glad to hear positivity from the EI results! I don't know if you are looking for resources, but I love this for expressive language - it's part of the Hanen program, but you can buy just the book:,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch

u/Foreverstartstoday · 2 pointsr/IFParents

Try this for science baby clothes. They run super small. My girlfriends 1 year old peanut got a 2T (~17lb, 24in). For my size 1 year old (22lbs, 30 inches), I buy 3T. Or check out top post in r/pics this morning. A friend got me this book and we love it too. Ok, I cried when I received this book at our baby naming celebration....

u/pugsandtwins · 1 pointr/IFParents

Welp, L's vomit yesterday is like some 24 hours off, 24 hours on sort of thing. First one today hit the hardwood floor and then the second was a trail over one of the rugs. I've cleaned it, used enzymatic cleaner and steamed it, but need to let it fully dry to see if I got it all. What's everyone's favorite enzyme cleaner? I'm using this one but maybe someone uses something better.

Also, while running to get more paper towel, which was entirely my fault, I jammed two toes and most likely broke the pinky toe because it's twice as fat and covered in bruising. Basically, my weekend can only improve.

u/marbleavengers · 1 pointr/IFParents

Here's one I've read about on the parent listserv: There are a few out there, same general concept, and I'll add them if I can remember their names.

Ha here's another for 60 freaking dollars but the reviews are very positive:

u/screaming__argonaut · 1 pointr/IFParents

I was looking around on Amazon earlier and there seem to be at least a few children's books that touch on the subject. I haven't personally read any myself so I can't give recommendations but this one got good reviews:

I'm probably going to get that one and maybe another that deals with the general subject of infertility. The ones specifically about IVF seem to be aimed at older kids though.