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Advice For Remaining Patient With Your Toddler

There are certain days within a week that I have endless amounts of patience – as food is launched across the room and I’ve peeled my daughter from my legs for the 50th time that day, I am completely unfazed. There are other days, however, when I have zero patience for even the smallest infraction. […]

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8 Signs You’re A New Mom

Signs you’re a new mom – we all know them.¬†Attempts at trying to reclaim your former life might prove to be ineffective, changes are to be expected. What’s the famous line, “change is good” or no, maybe it’s “don’t ever change” – either way, there are a number of telltale signs you’ve arrived at motherhood. […]

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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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How to Get a Picky Toddler to Eat

My daughter has finally come of age, it’s time for the picky toddler chat. I wouldn’t have previously described my daughter as picky, but lately she’s been flexing her NO muscles a bit more at mealtime. As I’ve been navigating my way through toddlerhood, I picked up a few¬†useful tips on how to get a […]

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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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Tips On How To Drop A Nap

Baby naps and I have such a love/hate relationship. When the baby naps I’m more than happy to take a break, but sometimes I question whether the process is worth the reward. My sweet little devil is normally a home-run-hitting-rockstar night sleeper, I’m talking 13 hours or longer, but when it comes to daytime naps […]

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