Trust Me, I’m A Toddler
“My new go-to book for new parent gifts. Reading this is like having an intimate conversation with a like-minded friend.”
Trust Me, I’m a Toddler is a guide for anyone who wants to parent gently and peacefully through the toddler stage, creating lasting respect and acceptance within their families.
It provides practical, loving and respectful solutions to the issues that parents may face during the toddler stage and aids parents in continuing (or introducing) the principles of Attachment and Continuum parenting within their family life.
This book covers subjects from biting and sharing, to tantrums and separation anxiety. It will help parents to move away from conventional parenting techniques which damage the parent child relationship, instead focusing on alternative ideas and tools that strengthen your bond with your child.
Often parents find that after the simplicity of attachment and continuum parenting in the first year, the issues that come up in the toddler stage can cause complications and uncertainty within their parenting.
Parents tend to take a number of different paths at this time, and this guide is intended to help you stay on track and continue to parent gently, respect your child’s needs, and help to make the journey through toddlerhood smooth and enjoyable rather than something to endure.
“I love how simply put everything is and I have read through it many times in the past few months, going back every time I need a little reminder or pick-me-up.”
I firmly believe that our children are worthy of our trust and our respect, and that in giving this to our children unconditionally, they will prove us right. Evolution has not designed us as a species to be constantly in conflict with our children. The conventional rules of parenting have led us down the wrong path.
It’s time we got back to the simple and harmonious parenting nature intended.
Why are the twos so terrible anyway?
Moving away from control, towards guidance
Separation anxiety and returning to the work place
Mine, yours and ours – Toddlers CAN share
Bedtime and Naps
My toddler won’t eat!
Breastfeeding Through The Toddler Stage
Dealing with strong emotions -Tantrums and meltdowns
The huge disadvantages to the time out method
Say you’re Sorry!
The truth about physical punishment
Alternatives to traditional discipline
Language and labels
Meeting your own needs
Trust your child, trust yourself