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Written by a Special Education Teacher who specializes in Toddlers and a mother of two.
Imagine if you had all that in one place. This toddler ebook will help make your days less stressful with a toddler.
Everyday solutions to keep your toddler busy while learning and maintaining your sanity.
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Aryn, The Libraryan
Rated 5 out of 5
This book is awesome! I received an advance copy, and I’m happy to share my thoughts with you.
The ‘milestones’ (communication, coordination, etc) are explained better than I’ve seen before, with the emphasis on the time RANGE, not specific ages. With more balanced expectations from this book, I feel more prepared for little boy 2 as we are nearly at the toddler stage than I did with my first. The strategies for everything from play, to consequences to meals and bedtime, covered, I see more clearly what mistakes I can correct ahead of time and where I did well last time!
There are lots of helpful tips and ideas for Toddler Enrichment, including recipes, activity lists for when you just can’t think, and printables.
I love the suggestion to either replace bath toys every few months or hot glue the opening so that you don’t have a breeding ground for mold and bacteria!
Rachel does a great job of explaining without talking down to you, and is very encouraging. I highly recommend this book to moms, and even grandparents would benefit from the reminders in here. Not saying they don’t remember the toddler days, but refresher courses are helpful for anything you used to do daily but haven’t in a long time.