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So your precious infant has somehow grown into a walking (or at least toddling), talking (or at least trying to string three words together) human being, who enchants you with his big heart and drives you crazy with his mule-headedness. Toddlers can be a handful, but if you can see things from his perspective, and support him as he takes his first steps into autonomy, toddlerhood can be terrific!

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Toddlers: Your Game Plan for the Terrific Twos

Toddlerhood can be tough. Here's your gameplan to maximize fun and minimize aggravation.

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Managing Your Toddler: TANTRUMS!

Since tantrums are an expression of powerlessness, toddlers who feel some control over their lives have many fewer tantrums. Learn more.

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Easing the Transition to the Toddler Bed

How to help your toddler learn to fall asleep in the new big-kid bed without losing your mind.

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Feeding Your Toddler

Even more important than what he puts in his mouth is his basic relationship with food. You want him to be in charge of his own eating, so how much he eats is not a loaded issue.

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Discipline: Managing Your Toddler so you can enjoy him

Dealing with tantrums, setting limits, giving choices and so much more!

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Easy Child-Led Potty Learning

The truth about toilet training is that if the child is ready, it happens easily. If not, a power struggle ensues -- fights with your child about his or her body are fights you won't win.

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Your Toddler or Preschooler and TV

How much screen time should your Toddler or Preschooler have? Are you ready? In my opinion, no daily time on an ongoing basis. Here's why.

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Helping Your Toddler Learn to Put Himself to Sleep

Toddlers don't seem to have an off switch. Often, when they're tired, they just reverberate faster, like an over-wound toy, until they crash.

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Helping Your Toddler with Separation Anxiety

Dreading leaving your toddler with the babysitter or at daycare and want to prepare him? Here's your 12-Step Program.

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Routines that Toddlers Can Understand

Children function best with structure. Toddlers feel small in the world. Most things happen TO them. They crave predictability, knowing what will happen.

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Why Every Home Needs a Calm-Down Corner

Every home (and classroom) needs a comfort corner where children can take themselves to calm down. Your child gets used to your calming her in this cozy place, and begins using it when she needs to calm herself.

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14 Tips for Gentle Weaning

Moving gently toward weaning in a way that empowers your child.

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