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On Becoming Pretoddlerwise: From Babyhood to Toddlerhood (Parenting Your 12 to 18 Month Old) (Anglais) Broché – 1 mars 2009

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A Wonderful New Addition to the -Wise Series 16 mai 2009
Par K. Hayes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book fills a gap in the -wise series that occurred between Babywise II (suitable advice for 5-12 month olds) and Toddlerwise (advice for 18-36 month olds). I was afraid it might be a repeat of the same information found in the other two books, but this one has a brand new format as well as many new concepts. The overall themes of parent-led parenting, keeping marriage a priority, and guiding your child towards healthy eating and sleeping habits are still there. As in the older books, this also begins to touch on the moral implications of early training, recognizing that toddlers don't have moral thoughts but that their actions can still be guided towards the positive moral route so that the beliefs can follow later when they gain the mental capacity for them. Wonderful, practical book. I highly recommend it for any parent of a near-toddler aged child, particularly a Christian parent since there are obvious Christian undertones, though they are very generalized and I believe they would appeal to anyone seeking to instill positive morals in their children. This being the first edition, there are spelling errors throughout the book and the format is a little awkward in my opinion, but the content is valuable enough to overlook those errors.
19 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great Addition 4 avril 2010
Par Valerie L. Plowman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book covers the pre-toddler months, which are ages 12-18 months.

Now, all of us "wise" parents with children older than two made it through life without this book just fine. We moved from Babywise II right on into Toddlerwise. I think because of that, I often see sincere questions asking if the book is worth getting or not.

My answer to that, not surprisingly, is yes. This book helps you transition from "baby" to "toddler." I love On Becoming Toddler Wise; however, the first time I read it when Brayden (my oldest) turned 12 months old, I was very overwhelmed. There was a whole new world of things to worry about--most of which he really wasn't old enough for me to be worrying about yet. Simply turning "12 months old" doesn't suddenly make the "baby" a "toddler." It is more of a transitional phase between babyhood and toddlerhood.

As Pre-toddlerwise points out, the 12 month old is no longer a baby, but also not a toddler and "that is key to understanding this phase of growth" (page 17). I was recently talking with a friend about her 15 month old--her first child. She was talking of things Kaitlyn did around 18 months old, and she couldn't imagine her daughter doing that in three months. Now, one of these things was the whole potty training thing, which Kaitlyn was earlier than a lot and completely intitiated it on her own. That is common for younger children, but not oldest children.

As I reflected on that over the next few days, it struck me at how much the children change even between 15 and 18 months. This shouldn't be surprising. Think of your child's life thus far. What is the difference between a newborn and a 3 month old? Now 6? Now 9? Now 12? The rapid growth doesn't continue past age one, but the rapid learning seems to get even faster. Many people do professional photos at the 0, 3, 6, 9, and 12 month ages, then wait until 18 or even 24 months for the next. I have mentioned that I am nastalgic...that is true. I get photos at age 15 months, also. When I look at Brayden and Kaitlyn (my second) at 12, 15, and 18 months, I see big changes. Pre-toddlerwise says "Take a couple of photos because the child leaving infancy will not resemble the child entering toddlerhood six months down the road" (page 17).

What are some qualities and characteristics of children in the 12-18 month age range (aka Pretoddlers)? Pre-toddlers are ever-learning. Their curiosity is very high. They also have a never-ending supply of energy. Pre-toddlerwise also calls this period a "period of great exchange" (page 17). What does that mean?

These are some examples of the exchanges made during this time period:

Baby food exchanged for table food
Highchair exchanged for the booster seat
Finger feeding exchanged for spoon feeding
Babbling exchanged for words
Wobbly steps exchanged for steps of confidence
We are embarking on an exciting adventure. Your little one will resemble a little adult more and more each day. I have said it many times, but I just love toddlers--and pre-toddlers are included. Ready, set, grow!
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Disappointed after LOVING On Becoming Babywise 6 février 2010
Par Jody D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am HUGE fan of the first book, On Becoming Babywise. As a new mom, it provided wonderful guidance and I attribute it to helping me help my child to develope healthy sleeping habits and to establishing a good daily routine. I followed that with On Becoming Babywise: Book Two, which was also helpful. So, when I recently ordered On Becoming Pre-Toddlerwise, I expected a book as full of wisdom and helpful information as before. However, I was very disappointed. I don't think I walked away with any new tips. I found it to be boring and I ended up skimming through parts. The first book in the series is definitely the best and I still highly recommend it. Since I ordered On Becoming Toddlerwise at the same time, I am now reading that. I hope it surprises me and I find something helpful in it, but so far the third chapter repeats the exact same story as the eighth chapter in On Becoming Pre-Toddlerwise - sigh!
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GREAT Parenting guide! 17 juin 2013
Par Renata - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Baby Wise books (I got them all up to 3years old now) saved my life as a new mom. There are tons of mixed reviews when it comes to this book series, but it really works if you follow the simply strategies and apply it to your little ones routine. I have used the book for my two kids (boy & a girl - both very different personalities!!!) and it works with both of them! My kids sleep 12hours at night with a long nap during the day, love playing on their own and great at interacting with other kids. Are they perfect - NO, we have typical kid's tantrums and ect..., but it is ALL about how you deal with them. It helped me so much as a new mom to handle them in the way so I don't get stressed out and frustrated. When my both kids are asleep at 7:30PM, we have the whole evening to ourselves, so we can enjoy a glass of wine on the patio or just simply talk to each other without interruptions.

It sounds cheesy, but it really helped us to become better parents!
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thank you! 25 mars 2014
Par Bex - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I read Babywise and have applied those principles successfully with our daughter since birth. I have absolutely loved the results. However, she is 15 months old now and I admit I have felt a bit adrift in this new found stage. I've read misc blogs and such on the toddler phase but I didn't feel that we were truly there yet. This book was such a blessing. It opened my eyes to areas that I need to improve upon and gave me direction and purpose again. Much like the Babywise book, I have confidence in what I'm doing again. It literally took me about 5 hours to finish reading the book and yet I feel like I'm ready to start correcting some of our "bad" parenting habits and prepared for what lies ahead during the next few months. Now that I know this is an ongoing series of parenting books I will be sure to read Toddlerwise BEFORE we get to that stage this time. It's so much easier to start off correctly than trying to fix the mistakes after the fact. Thank you for giving me the tools to raise my baby girl into an amazing, wonderful, capable, disciplined, and truly delightful woman!
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