Parenting: Parenting Toddlers: 40 Tips On Teaching Your Toddler Discipline, Proper Behavior And Responsibility For A Successful Future

Parenting: Parenting Toddlers: 40 Tips On Teaching Your Toddler Discipline, Proper Behavior And Responsibility For A Successful Future

  • Publish Date: 2016-07-17
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: J J Hartley
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Parenting: Parenting Toddlers : 40 Tips On Teaching Your Toddler Discipline, Proper Behavior And Responsibility For A Successful Future

Youre about to discover how... Parenting, rewards you with a successful child, you can be proud of. Sometimes there are challenges that you must face. It can be vexing and test out the most patient of individuals. You are seeking ways to teach your child how to be well-mannered, disciplined, and responsible in life. The 40 tips within these pages are a pathway to help you face situations with a better outlook and solve the needs you have. You want your child to be respected, a favorite among adults, and have a lot of friends. It all begins with the manners they display, the lessons they take from you, and giving your children a solid base to work with. A misunderstanding many people have is that discipline, manners, and responsibility cannot be taught until later. The cognitive development of your infant, as he or she becomes one year of age, is extremely rapid. From one year to two years old, a lot of information is being observed, processed, and recorded. How you act will be noticed. Your child will pick up the words you speak. They will mimic you, even when they are just beginning to crawl, walk, and run. You can start the important life lessons from one year of age and continue these lessons as your child becomes older.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...

  • 10 tips for disciplining without negative rewards.
  • 10 tips for teaching your child proper manners in all situations.
  • 10 tips on how to give responsibilities and teach responsibility to your child.
  • 10 tips on developing independence in your child.
  • Much, much more!
A part of growing up is being independent of another; especially, of ones parents. Independence is one more lesson that is required to ensure your child can have the success you desire them to have. Here are a few pointers to get you started:
  • Use consistency in all lessons.
  • Provide your child with a routine that ensures the behavior you desire.
  • Observe your child, reflect on your actions, and then respond accordingly.
  • The best positive reward is not material, but physicallove and hugs. As long as you provide unending love and affection to your child, they will grow up to be respectful, happy, successful adults capable of any task they wish to accomplish. Instead of using the phrase do what I say and not what I do, you can use the phrase follow my lead because you will show your child from toddlerhood to adulthood the best ways to be a successwhatever that success might equate to.
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