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The guide is full of practical and helpful ideas and tips to support you and your child through the toilet training process. Plus all your toilet training FAQs answered!

The guide is full of practical and helpful ideas and tips to support you and your child through the toilet training process. Plus all your toilet training FAQs answered!

Given all this, is it really that surprising that tantrums happen as frequently as they do? There are certainly good and bad ways for parent...

Why Does My Kid Freak Out?

Given all this, is it really that surprising that tantrums happen as frequently as they do? There are certainly good and bad ways for parent...

The right potty training age: What's best for your child? - See more at: http://www.parentingscience.com/potty-training-age.html#sthash.pPYaImyc.dpuf

The right potty training age: What's best for your child? - See more at: http://www.parentingscience.com/potty-training-age.html#sthash.pPYaImyc.dpuf

It’s No Accident: Signs your Child’s Accidents are More than Just Accidents

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The Baby Book, Revised Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby from Birth to Age Two by William Sears, MD

The Baby Book, Revised Edition: Everything You Need to Know About Your Baby from Birth to Age Two by William Sears, MD

Teach Your Child not to Interrupt in One Simple Step:  I was chatting with her one day when her (then 3-year-old) son wanted to say something. Instead of interrupting though, he simply placed his hand on her wrist and waited. My friend placed her hand over his to acknowledge him and we continued chatting. After she had finished what she was saying, she turned to him. I was in awe! So simple. So gentle. So respectful of both the child and the adult.That’s all. Give it a try. It works!

Teach Your Child not to Interrupt in one Simple & Respectful Step

Teach Your Child not to Interrupt in One Simple Step: I was chatting with her one day when her (then 3-year-old) son wanted to say something. Instead of interrupting though, he simply placed his hand on her wrist and waited. My friend placed her hand over his to acknowledge him and we continued chatting. After she had finished what she was saying, she turned to him. I was in awe! So simple. So gentle. So respectful of both the child and the adult.That’s all. Give it a try. It works!

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