Parenting toddlers... Your baby is now becoming more mobile, more curious about his or her surroundings. You are now entering into another phase of parenting. There are many more things parents of toddlers need to pay attention to ...... ensuring your toddlers' safety, potty training, disciplining your toddler, keeping your child occupied with various activities for their learning process, among others. This site is dedicated to all parents with toddlers and young children to help alleviate their headaches on handling these children with practical tips and advice from mothers.
All parents of toddlers have one thing in common - we all have to renounce our "normal" lives and start living like abnormal people! Many parents would readily confess that the toddler years are some of the most trying. We will have to cope with highly-charged and inquisitive young minds, live with their frightfully demanding and beyond reasoning temperaments and deal with their huge tantrums and sometimes absolutely unreasonable demands. To comfort yourself that all parents go through this in one way or another, cheer yourself up with the following video:
Being a mother of two, the author has learned a great deal from practical experiences in handling her own children as well as tips and advice from family and friends. By compiling all the experiences here, it is the author's hope that parents of toddlers will be more prepared in dealing with various circumstances with regards to their toddlers. Thus making parenting toddlers easier by skipping the learning curve which sometimes could be quite trying.
Here, you will also find plenty of activities for your toddler or young children to do together in the activities and games as well as the arts and craft sections. Carrying out activities together with your young ones helps bonding and builds a lasting relationship that you and your child will treasure forever.
Toddlers’ safety is one very important aspect at this stage. Check out the various tips on what to look out for and how to child proof your home to avoid untoward incidents. Some of the things may seem minor but it goes a long way to keep your child out of harm’s way.
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