This post, When Your Toddler Won’t Nap: Battles Fought & Lessons Learned, is sponsored by tired, burned out parents everywhere. But really. If you’re reading this then let me just be the first to give you a virtual hug. Cause let’s be honest, we both need it 🙂 If your toddler who used to nap every day, without fail, for 2 solid hours suddenly refuses to
Inside: Learn everything you need to know to potty train your 2 year old (girl or boy). From getting started to troubleshooting, plus best potty training products, and everything in between – we’ve got you covered. Potty Training. The two dreaded words of toddler parents everywhere. Although truthfully, for me, “sleep regression” tops the list of two-most-dreaded-words 🙂 While every stage in your child’s life
Inside: Discover the best tips on how to prepare a toddler for a new baby. Before baby # 2 arrives, you will want your first child to feel ready to welcome their sibling. These simple tips can help make the process much easier! Things have been so busy around here lately (blog & home) that I haven’t been able to share some exciting news. I’m pregnant!
Inside: thinking of bringing your toddler to a wedding? These essential tips will help make your life easier the day of. So you’ve been invited to a wedding. And you have a toddler. And the wedding is kid-friendly. And you’ve RSVP’d: YES. Now what? Definitely don’t panic. Friends, it can be done. Trust me when I say, it can (and should) be done. We weren’t
Ever have just a plain old bad day with your toddler? I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have my fair share. I think it’s safe to say it comes with the territory of being a toddler mom. Hopefully these tips can help you survive, and turn that bad day around. Let me start off by saying: I do not have all the answers.
Inside: Does your toddler struggle with listening and cooperation? If your toddler’s favorite word is “no” – you’re not alone! Find out how to get your toddler to say “yes” more with these simple, practical parenting tips. No matter how many cute little words your toddler may know: mamma, dadda, dog-dog, baby “NO” is without a doubt their favorite word. One might even say it’s their
Use these 3 simple language games to improve your toddler’s speech and help develop their articulation, language, and pre-reading skills. The following post “Improve Your Toddler’s Speech” was written in collaboration with my own mom, Jamie Bott, M.A., C.C.C. Licensed & Certified Speech & Language Pathologist / Reading Endorsed by the State of Florida. Every parent wants their child to grow up to become a