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  • Toddler Discipline

  • How to Eliminate Whims and How to Create a Patient, Respectful and Cooperative Relationship; Proven Strategies to Manage Toddler's Behavior and Tips to Help the Child Grow Up Happy
  • By: Greta Miller
  • Narrated by: Amy Dean
  • Length: 4 hrs and 27 mins
  • 2.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Toddler Discipline

By: Greta Miller
Narrated by: Amy Dean
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Summary

Trying to discipline your toddler and choosing the best path for both you and your toddler is no simple accomplishment. Probably the best parenting tips and procedures for baby discipline that have been attempted and tried will all be available to you in this audiobook.

Toddlers can be extraordinarily fun, and their curious nature will be without a doubt one of the strongest wills to absorb information both the kid and you will ever confront. Yet when your baby is prying into something that could prompt harm to him or herself or some other person or thing, you have to apply baby discipline.

Inside Toddler Discipline, you’ll find:

  • An overview of toddler development: including physical, cognitive, and social-emotional and how this affects a toddler's behavior.
  • Age-appropriate discipline that will help you manage common behavioral issues by building upon each stage of progress.
  • Toddlers and challenging behavior
  • Communicate with your problem toddler
  • Toddler discipline strategy
  • Myths about child discipline
  • Discipline mistakes parents make
  • How to discipline children with special needs

While toddler development is definitely not a direct procedure, this audiobook, Toddler Discipline, gives you a useful, compelling toddler-discipline toolbox for exploring the good and bad times of your child's toddlerhood and from that point onward.

©2019 Greta Miller (P)2020 Greta Miller

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Gorgeous very sweet audiobook

Great listen. I fully understood everything she was saying. It's definitely a process trying to stay unruffled, but the way she explains things makes it easier to see the light at the end of the tunnel so to speak. I loved this audiobook and would recommend it.

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Mundane and not what I was looking for!

I can’t say I’ve heard much of this book because I couldn’t bear any more of the voice! It was really boring and hard to listen to. I never got to the discipline but too busy hearing what terrible illnesses my child could get if I didn’t feed him health meals…

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  • 16-06-20

Awkward narration, common sense information

I wish I would have been able to save my credit and use it toward a different book. the narration is robotic and has many breaks and pauses between words. it sounded as if the narrator had some sort of speech impediment, which was distracting from the storyline. The information that was shared was very common sense. having your child grow up with good nutrition, and a good neighborhood, and good hygiene habits will facilitate growth.