What’s Happening at 13-18 Months?

Learning New Words

After baby says their first word, they’ll start saying more and more! Learn how to expand their vocabulary with these easy tips.

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Getting Your Little One to Sleep

Sleep is so important for baby, but it can be a challenge to get little ones to bed. Check out these tips to encourage sleep.

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Staying Active Can Be Fun!

You’re in the toddler years now, which means baby has a lot of energy. The best way to help with their development is to keep them active—and we have more than 100 activities to keep they moving!

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Frequently Asked Questions

for Parents of 13-18 Month Old Babies

  • Toddlers are getting better with feeding every day!
  • With a pediatrician’s approval, milk is introduced at 1 year old.
  • Baby can eat: Fruit cut into cubes or strips, bite-sized cooked vegetables, soft foods and finger foods.
  • Learn more about feeding.
It's Important to Remember:

Use our checklists to track your baby's behavior and discuss any concerns with your healthcare professional.

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