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Communicating with a Toddler: Translator Needed

Trying to communicate with a toddler is 80 percent pure entertainment and 20 percent pull-your-hair-out frustrating. My 19-month-old daughter is dipping her toes into the talking pool, with a slew of words in her arsenal ready to be fired at a moments notice. Aside from her adorably squeaky and tiny voice, I think my favorite […]

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How Toddlers Thrive – Book Review

Raising a toddler might be one of the hardest, yet most rewarding jobs on the planet. In preparation for full blown toddlerhood, I recently read How Toddlers Thrive by Tovah P. Klein, PhD and picked up a ton of useful information. Tovah is a child psychologist and director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development […]

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Toddlers Learn Through Play

I love when blog topics appear right before my eyes at the playground, thank you overzealous caregiver for today’s topic! To give you a bit of background before I launch into the story, I am currently reading How Toddlers Thrive, a helpful guide to understanding toddlers written by renowned expert Tovah P. Klein, PhD {more […]

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