Once your toddler reaches approximately 2 years old there begins a shift in control. Your little one is starting to talk more frequently and begins to have there own unique personality. Of course this is also known as the “terrible twos”, but moms of older ones know it doesn’t stop at just 2, and tends to get worse as they grow older…unless, you take control now.
I came across an audio course that helps parents deal with the terrible twos, all the way up to beyond 6 years old. It is called Talking to your Toddler.
Do the terrible twos have you stressed out? Is your 4-year old’s behavior driving you nuts? Are temper tantrums a regular event in your house? Maybe you find yourself pulling out your hair because your kids are out of control? Do you feel guilty because you yell at your kids even though you love them tons?
What I love about this program is that it uses language strategies, words you can use to make a bad situation into a better one. This program is all about communication, and how you can better understand your toddler, and they can do the same with you.
Toddlers thrive for communication at this age as their vocabulary is limited. Getting attention from a temper tantrum is how they begin to communicate once they see that it is affective. If you know this scenario well, take a look into Talking with Toddler – it may just save your sanity!