Helpful Information Books about Caring for Toddlers

Caring for toddlers is not as easy as some may think. Toddler years are usually the most trying for parents. There are so many characteristics that your child may have and so many experiences that may not seem positive. However, there are many books that have helpful information so that will help you to be successful caring for your child and feel successful as a parent.

Toddler 411 

This book is a must for every parent and even for those who may be in a childcare setting. The baby stage has passed and you are entering the fun stages. Raising a toddler means going through temper tantrums, The “Why” questions and of course the all fun toilet training. Then there is the part of being a parent and questioning if you are doing the right thing for them. Is what they are doing normal? Are their behaviors normal? Why do they not eat for me? Is there sleep pattern normal? Why won’t they take naps?

There are so many questions and Toddler 411 has answers so that you may see for yourself that you are not the only parent going through this stage. It gives you great ways to handle certain situations. After reading this information, you should feel more ready to take on any situation that arises.

Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood  

This book is by Jim Fay and Dr. Charles Fay. It covers birth to six years of age. They discuss many topics like bedtime, tempers, potty training, and ways of dealing with time outs, including many other challenges. This book gives you some tools to be able to handle these situations and help to have healthy, responsible successful children.

From the What to Expect Series: What to expect The Toddler Years

This book covers many topics; behavior and discipline, toddler sleeping patterns, language development, and how toddlers learn to name a few. It is a guide book that covers so many things and guides you how to handle those situations. It is very helpful and informative.

Parents’ Guide to Raising a Gifted Toddler: Recognizing and Developing the Potential of Your Child from Birth to Five Years 

This book is an informational book dealing with the child who is gifted. The book covers many topics so that you can learn to deal with and focus on the emotional needs of children who are gifted.

Many new parents and parents who have more than one toddler need help in certain areas. Many childcare providers do as well. Check out some books or order some online and read up on the things that concern you with raising and caring for toddlers. Use useful information to your benefit.It is great to read advice from books and learn how to deal with situations with your toddler and how to find something positive out of those situations and curb your frustrations into a positive experience for you and your child or the children you are working with.  If nothing else, you will be able to look back and laugh and remember how you never thought you would make it through the terrible twos on up!