TERMS AND CONDITIONS
For many a mum-to-be, the 90s would’ve formed a sizeable chunk of their childhood nostalgia. Of course, nostalgia tends to remember what was with a heavy dose of rosy inaccuracies, but the decade before the millennium really did have some totally awesum stuff going for it; the Spice Girls, jelly shoes, My So-Called Life…(it wasn’t just the era of youth misspent in bomber jackets and cargo pants).
Choking is one of parents’ biggest fears–because the threat is so immediate. Once your baby begins eating solids, and crawling, it can be a double danger when it comes to choking risks. But if you’re conscious about the foods you offer, and do careful floor checks before you let your tot roam, both developmental leaps need not be hampered by worry. Here are the top choking hazards to look out for in your home.
Little ones are deeply unique creatures. In many ways, they are so distinctive from us; they’ve even got their own special set of kiddy-specific phobias–the number one fear being the dreaded public restroom hand dryers. But it looks like those monstrous noise-blasting machines could soon be vanquished–and by a beloved children’s story character, no less.
Young ones have an uncanny ability to remember every granular detail of the stuff you’d rather them forget (all the long-suffering cat’s hiding places; that time you complained about Granny), and forget all those things to which you’ve dedicated endless hours of dialogue—but the latter has nothing to do with cognitive capacity, of course.