It's not that your toddler isn't listening when you tell him not to play with your phone. He's just trying to comprehend that you two have different wants—and he's trying to assert his! Learn more about the onset of your toddler's "conflict of desire."
Around this age, your child will complete various tasks for the first time. Because his language skills are emerging so rapidly right now, your proud toddler will learn words to accompany his new achievements. Read more!
Your toddler will need some planning and problem-solving time before he becomes adept at using everyday tools such as silverware and hairbrushes. Learn what your child's tool-use progression will be over the next few months.
As you watch your child flit around the playroom from toy to toy, you might wonder when he'll learn to settle down and fully play with one single toy. This week, learn why completing tasks at his own pace and of his own choosing is a hot skill for him.
Around now, your child may point out chipped paint on a toy truck and call it a boo-boo, or she may put her bear down for a nap. Learn how your toddler is becoming aware of adult standards of conditions and behaviors, and what you can do to foster...
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