What to Expect the Toddler YearsBook - 1994
Organized month by month for the second year (months 12-24) and quarterly through the third year (months 24-36), What to Expect the Toddler Years covers each growth and development phase parents are likely to encounter-when they're likely to encounter it. Hundreds of questions and answers treat everything from eating and sleeping problems to day care, tantrums, bottle mouth, shyness, self-esteem, and more. An entire third section of the book is devoted to toilet training, safety, and health, and a fourth covers special concerns-the exceptional child, siblings, and balancing work and parenting.
Remarkably thorough, caring and intelligent, What to Expect the Toddler Years is as valuable for the seasoned parent as it is for the new parent. 2.4 million copies in print.
Baker & Taylor
A parent's guide to coping with a toddler offers guidance on eating and sleeping problems, tantrums, day care and separation anxiety, discipline, peer pressure, toilet training, and more. Original. First serials, Parenting & Baby Talk. Tour.
Covering years two and three of a child's life, this comprehensive guide for parents of toddlers contains useful information about sleeping problems, discipline, peer pressure, toilet training, and other topics