No matter how good a parent you are...there is always room in that noggin for more information.
This book is a fantastic read from end to end that will give you plenty more tools to help you deal with that challenging stage of parenting, the Terrible Twos!
Frustrated parents can take comfort in the fact that if you read this book and apply the principles and strategies discussed therein, that stress, arguments and frustration can be replaced iwth joy, happieness, pride and of course unconditional love!
This concise and easy to read book is packed full of practical information to guide you as your toddler leaps headlong from one challenging milestone to another.
You will learn ways to have your children do what you want while at the same time building their self esteem.
Apply the principles in this book and enjoy the toddler phase because:
▪ you feel confident that you're setting your toddler off on the right foot
▪ you are building a relaxed and happy relationship using clever communication skills
▪ you are able to set boundaries so your toddler understands and respects what you want
▪ you use loving discipline to reach win-win solutions to problems
▪ you have some really good strategies to manage misbehavior
▪ you are raising a happy, confident and loving child
"I strongly recommend this little volume if you wish to side step the pitfalls of toddler parenting and set up pathways that will foster positive behaviours in your children" - M Roots BApp.S (Thirty years a Family Therapist)
You can read this book in one sitting, but continually come back to is as a valuable reference - especially when you want to remind yourself of how to relate with your toddler so that household harmony reigns.
The mother of twins and now grandmother of toddlers, Laura Stewart once had three children between 12 months and 3 years old. As a teacher still working with little children Laura is uniquely suited to help readers learn about effective communication and consistent, loving discipline.
Laura explains the main concepts you need to know to raise happy, confident and cooperative children. You just need to apply the guidelines to specific situations for successful toddler parenting.
This is a shorter than maybe expected book however it really packs a lot into it!
Advertised as a short and concise volume, it does exactly that and gives you plenty to go on with, without making you wade through page after page of filler. It's definitely a case of quality over quanity!