I need some book recommendations on good approaches to parenting a toddler. My guy is starting to tantrum and to test some of his boundaries, and I just feel at a total loss as to what to do. Everyone in my life has different advice, but I don't know what approach to take with him.
What books have people read that seemed to offer a sane, workable, kind approach to parenting a toddler?
"The Mothers are the brave ones." - Call the Midwife
I really liked the book "how to talk so kids will listen and listen so kids will talk". this book isn't directed at toddlers, but there were strategies and I like its approach for all ages. I bought it when my first was a toddler.
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