Saturday, May 5, 2018

Two Fun Toddler Parenting Books Giveaway with Five Winners

Moms of any age may enjoy these parent books focusing on the struggles of parenthood. Adorable Scoundrels is quirky book of toddler poems about the trials and tribulations of raising a toddler. It covers topics like tantrums, bedtime struggles and mealtime disasters. Ten Tips for the Frazzled Parent, When You've Reached the End of Your Rope is such a cute little book. It only took a couple of minutes to read. This book would make a fun gift for any mom! It would be a great baby shower gift for a new parent.

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The publishing company has offered a giveaway for a chance to win both books! There will be 5 winners. Parent Books
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13 comments:

  1. I let them have their own way and boy did I pay for that!

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  2. We did time out with a timer to diffuse any tantrums.

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  3. I am master of the mommy look so that usually worked

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  4. I would try talking to them about there behavior first. If that didn't work, they would get short little time outs. Then I would talk to them again. It all depends on the circumstances really.

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  5. I would try to calm them down and distract them!

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  6. try and change the subject and get them laughing hopefully

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  7. I would try and get him involved in another activity to distract him and stop the behavior.

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  8. I'm really laid back and my son has always been calm like me. We only had to do an occasional time out.

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  9. We use a time out chair.

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