Their active imagination may trouble their sleep.
No matter how exhausting it gets, you can be sure of one thing: You’ll never have a dull moment around your toddler. Their ingenuity with everyday objects, their hobbies even their one-sided chatter will give you a lot of aww moments.
By this age, your once newborn may be ready for his first tricycle lessons. Understand their fear of riding and give them time each day. Your daily practice will immensely help in improving their motor skills.
Some kids, with active imaginations, face troubles with fictitious ghosts in the darkness, monsters in the closet. The best thing you can do to ease their mind is to take the fear seriously. Never belittle it or make fun of your child's fantasy.
Show them a little extra TLC. Often fears reflect some other anxiety in your child's life; she might just want some hugs and snuggles. A happy and secure bedtime routine before your child is tucked in is important, too.