Shortly after your child begins to walk, an amazing chapter unfolds—toddlerhood! This time of transition can often lead to frustration. Don't panic! Here are some of the more difficult toddler troubles, with solutions to help you through.
Discipline encompasses everything we do to teach our children to make good choices. The more consistent our discipline is, the more easily our children will learn to do as we ask. Find out how to use discipline positively and effectively.
The dirt between his toes can't feel good, and you know he's always so happy once he's out of the bath, clean and dry. So why is it easier to bathe your cat than your toddler? Here's how to end the water torture.
One minute you're begging him to drop the dandelions and get in the car; the next, you're chasing him across the lawn. Toddlers live by their own timetable. Here's how to set speed limits for your child.
Toddlers can be so fickle. They'll launch a 10-minute rant about needing Play-Doh now, and within four minutes, they're done with it. You love that your toddler lives in the moment, but why can't she hold her horses? Welcome to toddler impatience!
When you see your toddler slap her friend's head, you're horrified. But she looks at you blankly. Take a breath, Mom: Staying calm (by remembering that your little one isn't really out for blood) means modeling good behavior for your child.
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