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Raising children is a serious business, especially in this era of two working parents with jam-packed schedules. A helping hand can make all the difference. Nationally known parenting expert Blythe Lipman is on a mission to help parents, offering hundreds of practical tips with a dash of humor. Go from stressed-out, overwhelmed and exhausted to melt-down free and mellow! The purpose of Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions is to provide parents with quick solutions to help with those hair-raising toddler issues. When some new "toddler troubles" arise, grab the book, find the solution and you'll be back in control of your out-of-control child. Topics include sleeping (ways to transition from crib to bed, naps, creating a friendly sleep environment and nightly rituals and routines), potty training (age discussion, type of potty to use, fears, underwear, charts and issues), and fears (night terrors, stranger anxiety, the dark, monsters and separation anxiety).
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About the Author
An Infant Care Specialist, Blythe Lipman, CDA, has worked with babies for over twenty years. She began her career at Boston University's Neonatal Care Unit. Blythe has helped countless new, sleep-deprived parents with workshops, in-home visits, invaluable tips, and sound advice. Her work with parents, preschools, hospitals, and caregivers throughout North America earned her a reputation as one of the top infant care experts of today. She and her family live in Scottsdale, AZ.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a helpful book full of practical tips. All of the experience she shares through her good sense of humor eases all of the uncertainties that come with the new territory of raising a toddler once you’ve gotten used to raising an infant. It makes for a happier child and a happier you!
This is a terrific book for moms who are frazzled because their toddler seems to have decided he/she is in control and wants to do everything now, no matter what mom says. Toddler won't go to sleep? You'll find lots of tips to send him off to dreamland here. How about those wonderful social graces they pick up from somewhere, like picking their nose or even worse? Yep, there are several proven ways to train for good behavior here. And have you experienced the joys of potty training yet? You should have this book before you ever start that ordeal -- your life will be a whole lot easier, I promise. Then there is preschool -- trauma for mom and toddler, and a lot worse if you pick the wrong preschool. Having taken care of over a thousand babies and toddlers in preschools in her career, Blythe knows exactly what you should be looking for, and the hidden danger signs of a preschool that should send you running, not trusting them with your precious little one. These extensive tips alone are worth so much for your peace of mind. I give this simple and easy-to-use book my highest recommendation as a psychologist. Dr. Gary Witt