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For their first child, many parents read a plethora of pregnancy and infant books to arm themselves with all the necessary tools of raising babe. While it's important to know about swaddling, breastfeeding, and all of those other topics touched upon in those texts, the learning curve only steepens as the child ages. As the baby grows, so does your library. To help parents navigate their way through temper tantrums, napless days, finicky eating and other typical toddler behaviors, countless authors with varying views have penned their ideas in hopes of throwing a bone to perplexed parents.

Which book helped you wade through the torrential toddler waters?

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Evalicious Evalicious 7 years
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mstrauss mstrauss 7 years
I say Google when you have questions. How can you rely on one book, or a few, to have all the answers you need??
schnappycat schnappycat 7 years
I'm in the market right now for a good toddler discipline book. I've heard good things about Love and Logic. Anyone have things to say about it?
erinflower erinflower 7 years
I loved Dr. Sears books, they got me through it all. My other favorite was raising your spirited child, I remember crying while reading that because I felt that someone finally understood that my son was just more.
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