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  • Writer's pictureJoelle Pretorius

SShhhh... parenting secrets...

Updated: Jul 15

Parenting toddlers can be both rewarding and challenging. Here are some strategies to navigate this exciting phase:

Positive Reinforcement: Instead of punishments or rewards, focus on positive reinforcement. Praise good behavior and encourage your child’s efforts.

Consistency: Toddlers thrive on routine and predictability. Be consistent with rules and boundaries.

Effective Communication: Talk to your toddler, listen actively, and validate their feelings. Encourage them to express themselves.

Model Behaviour: Children learn by observing. Be a positive role model in your actions and words.

Set Realistic Expectations: Understand that toddlers are still developing emotionally and socially. Be patient and realistic about their abilities.

Empathy: Show empathy when they’re upset or frustrated. Help them label their emotions.

Quality Time: Spend time with your child. Engage in activities, read together, and create memories.

Remember, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. Every child is unique, so adapt these strategies to your toddler’s personality and needs

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