1 year ago
Last edited at 10:07PM on 2/28/2013
When this happened with my children, especially when time to sleep, they ended up having ear infections or sinus headaches they couldn't tell me about. You can try a little baby Tylenol and then take your baby to the clinic or doctor tomorrow. Tell the doctor your baby cried all night and needs to come in. If it's a little baby girl, check her "girl parts " (sorry for lack of a better acceptable word) and make sure she doesn't have a rash that is burning when she urinates. The baby is hurting somewhere I believe.
1 year ago
Last edited at 10:00PM on 2/28/2013
One year old get really fussy while eating because of his or her small appetite and this can be prevented by encouraging the toddler to feed himself thus praising him while he is doing so. Avoid putting too much food on his plate, offer finger foods that can enable the toddler feed independently and give nutritious snacks for the toddler's body that cannot manage three big meals. One can also discourage negative behavior when the toddler spits or throws food or tries to stand on her chair while eating. Read more from http://www.bellybelly.com.au/toddler/toddler-fussy-food#.UTBAm6L-IeY.