Family Dinners

If your toddler is still eating meals separately from the family, this is a good age to start letting him or her join in on an important aspect of family life.

Dinners together offer many benefits, including strengthening your child’s language skills. Include your toddler in family conversations.

Many high chairs are designed for use at a table without the tray. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s safety instructions, strap your child in and never leave him or her unattended.

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