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Toddler Taming Tips: A Parent's Guide to the First Four Years - Pocket Edition Paperback – 3 Apr 2003
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"positive, reassuring, down-to-earth and good-humoured" (Baby & You)
"Dr Green is nothing short of a genius...Toddlerdom is a minefield, but his common sense and unfailing good humour guided my family through unscathed - well, relatively" (Independent)
"The eminently readable Dr Christopher Green, whose best-selling Toddler Taming has saved the sanity of countless parents" (Evening Standard)
"His commonsense attitude is credited with saving the sanity of parents around the world" (Express)
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For me a bit of a waste of money but probably not bad to get when your first child turns 1.
Possibly the biggest message I got from this was the general underlying message of gaining understanding of what it must be like to be a toddler. I must admit I had never really thought about it from this point of view and it does help to have this when your child performs an Oscar winning tantrum!
None of these toddler parenting books are going to give you the answers to the meaning of life, but what they will do is potentially open your eyes to some aspect you may not previously have thought of and this book definitely did this for me.