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I like the fact that ToddlerCalm is written in a non-judgemental way. It offers support and guidance to parents and I find myself dipping in and out of it for advice and reassurance. I can really relate to the personal stories and love the quotes throughout.
The section on Avoiding Difficult Situations got me thinking about all of the times I dreaded 'circle time' at the various parent/toddler groups I went to. If I had read this book first I wouldn't have felt the need to persevere and my toddler and I would have happily pottered at home instead of feeling we always had to be so busy!(Nell McAndrew, model and marathon runner)
Empowering for you and your Toddler! Forgot about fixing 'problems' and understand what your child is capable of and enjoy helping them and yourself to a happier toddlerhood :)Published 1 month ago by MARY
A lovely book. I'm more to the attachment parenting side, so this confirms beliefs I already held. I read it and wanted so very much to be a "toddler calm" parent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gemma F.
I haven't read the whole book yet but so far the first half of the book is too vague and not directive enough. Read morePublished 2 months ago by cemile
Totally changed the way I view my toddler. She isn't stubborn, she's determined. She isn't wilful, she's committed. Sleep is still irregular but that's TOTALLY NORMAL! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Helen Hodgson
Great to read a realistic book about toddlers. Understanding why my toddler behaves the way she does makes me more patient and also allows me to develop strategies to avoid tandrum... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Anne-Marie Holland