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Each week the hosts will travel around to each blog to see what topic your suggest for the following week. If we choose your topic – you will be our featured blog.
Keep the GREAT suggestions coming. We have an on-going list we will choose from each week. Some topics are ones we have done in the past – but that doesn’t mean we won’t revisit them!!
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We are changing things up a bit this week because we have a special giveaway for you! WhattoExpect.com has given us a copy of What to Expect The Toddler Years to giveaway to a lucky Toddler Talk participant! It is the sequel to Heidi Murkoff’s What to Expect the First Year, and picks up at 13 months. You can find insights and strategies on everything from toddler tantrums, positive discipline, selecting a preschool, and introducing a new baby to your toddler. There is even a chapter called All About Toilet Learning! This book is a must have for parents of toddlers!!
All you have to do is link up to this weeks Toddler Talk, and you will be entered to win!
This week’s topic is :
If you could ask the author of What to Expect the Toddler Years, Heidi Murkoff, a question about toddlers, what would it be?
My questions would be….what to do about hitting??
Hayden can definitely get frustrated and hit us. When we tell him no, he just laughs. We have tried time out, we have tried telling him it hurts and we tell him no each time.
He doesn’t do it all the time and I know he’s frustrated and trying to express himself, but what would you do?
Post your question on your blog, and then lets hop around and help each other out!
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