Toddler behaviour – need some support, advice or reassurance?

We’ve had a tricky week with Emmie this week. Couple that with Joe emitting an incessant, low grizzle (a bit like the Bristol Hum) because he has the last of his teeth coming in, and you can imagine what my empties box looks like. It’s been a little bit rough and an awful lot tough to say the least.

toddler coping mechanisms

So I spent any spare moment I had reading and reacquainting myself with some expert advice. How to react, what to say and when to walk away. All of this is toddler-centric but the gentle techniques and psychology still apply. I think!

I picked 10 of my favourite articles that I found, for you to take a look at too.

Help my toddler is so clingy ~~ positiveparentingconnection.net

10 empowering ways to improve toddler listening ~~ themilitarywifeandmom.com

Emotional coping techniques for toddlers ~~ studyathomemama.ca

Easy-peasy ways to distract your toddler ~~ snotty-noses.com

Successful playdate tips for young kids ~~ littlebinsforlittlehands.com

My favorite tip to stop sibling fighting  ~~ toddlerapproved.com

What to do when a toddler bites, hits, shoves or throws  ~~ gentleparenting.co.uk

No more timeouts, no more tiger moms: How to discipline your kids by disciplining yourself  ~~ tipsonlifeandlove.com

The gift of a strong-willed child  ~~ littleheartsbooks.com

Help! My toddler can’t play without me! ~~ janetlansbury.com

I hope that they help you as much as they’ve helped me. There’s some lovely ideas as well as hints, tips and support.

Enjoy your weekend!

Lucy

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