Parents with three year olds would agree that dealing with their defiant behavior is exasperating and physically exhausting. You know those times when your child would intentionally do something they are not supposed to do or vice versa.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, many of us will be gathering with our families. This will be an excellent time to share stories, and listen to grandparents talk about family history. Because wonderful and interesting stories get passed around during this time of the year, November is called the National Family Stories Month. It is exciting to have this celebration, but the National Family Stories Month is not just about collecting and sharing family stories. It’s also about preserving family traditions. Be sure to enjoy and make the most of the National Family Stories Month with these brilliant ideas!
Clinginess is a natural and common behavior observed in babies and toddlers. It is a sign that a child considers their parents as a “secure base”. This means that they have developed the trust that these adults are sensitive to their needs. This behavior may leave parents, like you, exasperated. Do you have a toddler who constantly refuses to leave your side? Here are some tips you might find helpful. Manage your response to your clingy toddler How you respond to your clingy toddler makes a difference. Watch your response and make sure it doesn’t sound upset or impatient.