My 14 month old has developed a very dry scalp which I factored from the winter weather season! Just wondering what is safe for a 1 year olds scalp and if l should use baby oil or lotion or if that would irritate it worse! Any suggestions?View Thread
My oldest (Now almost 3) went through this and I am waiting for my 14 month old to do this to! Don't worry your not the only one!! I would take her in just as a GP to make sure she doesn't have any thing like ear infection cause my girls hide them well!! But after finding out she was healthy what I did if she's throwing a tantrum banging her head on stuff than if you have a well padded pack an play and put pillows in there for her to roll around on and toss herself on and let her fuss away! Put her in a different room and walk away so she knows mommy is not paying attention to her! Check on her every so often but not to often so she knows mommy is not going to pay any attention to this type of behavior! When she is done take her out and get her to play with you and get her to laugh so she knows mommy will pay attention to me when I am happy!! If its not sickness than its just attention getting!!!! That's all it is and yes as you put it early terrible twos!!!! It may take a while but it should cut back slowly!!! I hope this helps!!!!View Thread
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