Your Little One Can Now Brush Her Teeth Without Help

At this stage, you will notice that your little one is becoming more independent. He now might start trying to do his daily activities on his own, including some important self care tasks. 

What you need to know

At this point, your little one might now start following his daily routine. He might start putting paste on his brush and brush his teeth without help. However, if not so prompt with it, don't worry. Some kids may still need help in brushing. He might start feeding himself properly, might put his shoes on and off but may still struggle with the ones that have laces. He might also undo buttons of his shirt and also take off his jeans but might struggle with the top. He might be properly toilet trained now and might not need help from going to the toilet to washing his hands.

Your Little One Can Now Brush Her Teeth Without Help

He might start enjoying the meals together with family members and might now understand and follow the family routine. He may also start enjoying and participate in family events like birthdays, religious affairs, etc. It is a great way to understand that your kiddo is developing his motor skills. It is also a positive sign that he is heading towards better physical development.




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