Raising a toddler can prove to be a bit challenging. Often, as parents, we feel the need to pull out our hair and scream into a pillow. Our children keep us on our toes, happy, and have us going crazy at the same time. Our little ones can bring the best, most amazing smile to our face and send us into fits of laughter. Our children can have us at our wits end, not knowing what to do and which step to take next. These books will help you on your journey through parenthood. Making things a little more sanity.
Screamfree Parenting: The Revolutionary Approach to Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Coolby Hal Edward Runkel is a 240 page book with great ideas on raising your child. This book strains the importance of making sure you have time for yourself to keep yourself from going crazy. This time for yourself does not mean at work while you are away from your family. Teaching parents not to take things out on our children and keep calm in situations. A must have for all parents.
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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child by Marc Weissbluth is a 340 page book that helps you learn to teach your children healthy sleeping habits. A good night sleep for you and your child is very important. Sometimes a difficult road to travel. But with the help of this book you will be able to help the both of you get the sleep you both deserve. This will help with a happier you and baby.
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Happiest Toddler on the Block: The New Way to Stop the Daily Battle of Wills and Raise a Secure and Well-Behaved One- to Four-Year-Old by Harvey Karp, the author of the very helpful book Happiest Baby on the Block. I agreed with some things in both of his books and others I wrote off. This book does have some very valuable information in it, you just have to pick and choose what works for you. Harvey Karp teaches you how to communicate to your child so he listens. This book also hits topics such as anger, tantrums, dealing with under developed toddlers, and much more.
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Making the “Terrible” Twos Terrific by John Rosemond is a 194 page book that is perfect for parents experiencing the terrible twos or getting ready to face the challenge. This is another book that you might have to pick and choose which information is for you and which information you discard. John Rosemond has some great advice for parents dealing with the problem or those of you who want to read to be prepared.
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