Brought my LO when her first 2 teeth were out at 6 months. You need to start brushing as soon as even one tooth is out. Twice a day. And at night, you’re right.. you should be worried about your LO’s teeth if she drinks milk before bed. It’s a must to brush the teeth after the milk, before bed. Otherwise tooth decay will set in soon. This is especially also since your LO has started eating already. The sugars in the food will speed up bacteria growth.
Get a soft and slim toothbrush, with toothpaste that has a small amount of fluoride in it. The amount put should be that of a grain of rice, since baby doesn’t know how to rinse off the toothpaste and might swallow some. When you see the dentist, the dentist will check your brushing technique and also the condition of your LO’s teeth
It all depend on individual... if u have someone to take care and assist ur kids in teaching would be good... But sending ur LO as early will benefits them too...
I send my LO to childcare (PG) cause my baby sitter decide to be so unhygiene and demanding alot...
18 month I send to childcare
At 3 years
20 months at toddler class
3 years old. Nursery class. And today she cried the moment i stepped out of the class. Felt so bad 😟
My baby was diagnosed with cows milk allergy and the doctor instructed to follow the milk ladder (you can Google about it). It's to slowly reintroduce dairy products in different stages so baby's body can gradually tolerate it. You have to keep feeding one stage until there's no more reaction to continue the next stage. For my baby the symptom is obvious (red dots appearing all over her face)
May help to cope with the cow milk allergy if u try soy or goat milk. Check with PD first
Don’t need to worry! Your job is to provide healthy food and her job is to finish whatever she can! Meanwhile you can always let her try other type of food. Maybe she will eventually find out what she actually likes!