Toddler

Toddler

Parenting Tips for Toddlers

The toddler years can often prove to be particularly challenging for parents. Learning about your child as he or she develops their independence, language skills and discovers the world around them is a learning curve for parents. Familiarizing yourself with proven techniques and strategies, can be a life-line. Where can parents go to find parenting tips for toddlers that are reliable and authentic? Where Parents Talk provides important parenting tips, advice and expert perspectives online. Toddlers are children aged between 12 to 36 months old. If you have an energetic toddler who is ready to learn, you have to be a savvy parent. Using the best available tips, tricks and techniques to facilitate the growth and development of a child is rooted in having quality resources. We offer the latest and most reliable information from renowned parenting experts and experienced parents. You can follow this advice and tips to optimize the emotional as well as the physical growth and well-being of your child. Our website is the ultimate source for parenting tips for toddlers. You can find blogs, articles, making use of them guarantees excellent results.

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by Lianne Castelino www.whereparentstalk.com It's a common plea heard by many parents these days - "my son/daughter doesn't read enough". Goodness knows I've said it plenty of times! With all the electronic paraphernalia taking over our lives, reading often seems like a lost art. F...

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Elana’s* son Miles, 4, tends to eat what little he does on the move. “He never actually sits down at the table; I have to hold food and walk around with him,” explains the Montreal mom. “Sometimes, we have to sit outside and talk to him about cars while feeding him. I don’t understand how he’s able ...

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Lianne Castelino and Andrea Howick It’s here. Circled on the calendar for months. The milestone you’ve read volumes about. Your pediatrician confirms – it’s time. D-day. (Panic attack time!) Your baby is ready to eat REAL FOOD. (GULP) The questions swim in your head – where in the wor...

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Lianne Castelino and Andrea Howick You just don't understand it. He’s been fed, burped, and his diaper changed. So why is he wailing uncontrollably? You try gently rocking, shushing, soothing, even take a short spin around the block in the stroller – he is usually out like a light after a f...