What a year! Full of discoveries, physical progress, and so much fun for you and your baby. The confidence you’ve inspired will help your one-year-old be ready for the second year’s exciting milestones … eager to learn even more through play!
He understands much of what you say to him
She mimics others' actions, like talking on the phone
He will move a toy out of the way to get to another
She likes other children but doesn't play with them
He can anticipate your action: when he sees you holding his jacket, he'll hold out his arms
She only makes sounds in the language she knows
He'll show affection with hugs, kisses, smiles and pats
Research has shown that the first few years of a child’s life provide the foundation for future learning.
No, Tracy, it’s not unrealistic to expect to find a toy that would entertain both of your children. However, because of their age difference and current developmental needs, it might be a challenge to find one to entertain them both in the same way.
Even before you give birth, clothing and accessories for your baby are likely to start coming through the door.