HOW TO MANAGE YOUR CHILD'S TERRIBLE TWO'S (A PARENTING GUIDE)
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ABOUT THE BOOK The "terrible twos" are seldom a stage of a child's upbringing that parents look forward to, and unfortunately, the behavior that earns children that unflattering title often stretches into the "terrible threes." While temper tantrums, mood swings, and aggressive behavior are common during in this stage, your sweet, innocent baby is also starting to talk and and interact with others on a more independent level. One way toddlers express their growing independence is by refusing to follow instructions. Often, ?no" is their favorite word. In some cases, the terrible twos can even manifest in the form of tantrums, biting, and mood swings. MEET THE AUTHOR The Hyperink Team works hard to bring you high-quality, engaging, fun content. If ever you have any questions about our products, or suggestions for how we can make them better, please don't hesitate to contact us! Happy reading! EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK The most important thing to keep in mind is that your child's behavior is a result of adjusting to his or her newfound independence. The baby has not yet developed a proper way to communicate wants and needs. Though this stage can be very exhausting, its all a part of parenthood, and just an extension of the sleepless nights parents experience when their babies are newborns. Surviving the terrible twos can be manageable with the implementation of some simple tactics. Since this phase can actually begin any time after a child's first birthday and last until they are about four years old, it is important to know the most important preventative measures and tactics for dealing with this stage in your child's growth. Establish a Routine Establishing a routine for your child's schedule helps both you and them know what to expect. This means having meals, nap time and bedtime at the same time every day. We all get cranky when we are tired, and toddlers are no different. They require about 13 hours of sleep a day. Buy a copy to keep reading!