A new toddler title charts a crucial achievement. There comes a point in a toddler's life when going in one's diaper is only one possible option, and the question must be raised: "Should I go in my potty?"
It's time for a bath! Whee! And Baby obliges as only he can, playing with bubbles (and using them to make facial disguises from Santa's beard to bunny ears), imitating a motorboat, and letting Mommy wash his single hair.
Baby Happy Baby Sad
A towering ice-cream cone makes baby happy. But when that delectable treat goes splat, it makes baby sad. And how quickly happy turns to sad when a favorite red balloon flies away.
Spaghetti is yummy, but worms and blue crayons, and sand, and other things too gross to mention - are definitely yucky when tasted.
Anyone who's spent time with a toddler knows that few crises compare with the (even temporary) loss of a favorite binky.
Anyone who's spent time with a toddler knows that few crises compare with the (even temporary) loss of a favorite blankie.
Care: Wipe with a dry cloth
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