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Developmental Milestones: Your child's first entire sentence, first pal, first tricycle - progress styles, actual coordination, and selecting developmental delays - The fast-changing emotional lifetime of the toddler
The delusion of the "Terrible Twos": figuring out how and why a child announces independence - offerings and strength of mind - facing fears, clinginess, and competitive behavior
Health and security: universal boy or girl diseases - Scheduling immunizations - defense clear of home
Daily exercises: Why general kinfolk nutrients subject - scrumptious, fit snacks - enjoyable bedtimes and well-timed naps
The Do's and Don'ts of self-discipline: facing tantrums in public areas - identifying your battles (and letting your infant win a few) - utilizing "time-out" effectively
Having enjoyable jointly: opting for your child's targeted "play style" - actions children get pleasure from so much - Chores your baby will like to do
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This crucial connection between us is called attachment. What we want to create for our children’s emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being is known as secure attachment—the belief that we’re a safe harbor to shelter them from life’s storms. Creating secure attachment with your child is important be cause it fosters trusting and lasting relationships. Parents of se curely attached children tend to play with them more and react more quickly to their needs. Studies have shown that secure chil How the Brain Works 19 dren are more empathetic and less disruptive during later stages of childhood.
But she assured me that she was okay—she just had pain in her leg. Soon I, too, started to feel listless. I didn’t want to go to school, and believe it or not, my leg hurt, too. My mom eventually took me to the doctor because she thought that the pain in my leg might affect my dancing, which was a big part of my life then. The doctor asked me to do an entrechat, which is a jump in the air, to show him my ballet moves. I did so happily, completely forgetting the pain in my leg. ” My mother recovered quite quickly after that.
Parenting Guide to Your Toddler by Parenting Magazine Editors, Paula Spencer