The Pocket Parent (Anglais) Broché – 1 avril 2001
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I searched quite a bit before finding and settling on this one. Before this I had purchased 3 other books but didn't even make it half way through the book for putting it down. Many were more "philosophical" rather than practical advice guides so I was a little skeptical when I read the reviews on this because many of the other books were also rated highly.
I can honestly say that within 20 minutes of reading this I could tell this was the book I'd been looking for. It didn't have all the philosophical "fluff" that other books had but in stead is straightforward and a practical solution to toddlers with unruly and embarrassing behavior.
What's also great about this book is it offers several solutions to problems you are encountering with your child. It isn't a "one size fits all approach" which most of the books seem to be.
I would highly recommend this not only to people have strong-wild toddlers but to anyone who has a child ages 2-5.
It's set up in chapters that focus on various topics and you can just look up a topic and flip to that chapter. There is no need to read it front to back. It also has short paragraphs as a "quick-fix" suggestion, which is awesome for my husband who is open to new ideas, but will never sit there and read a whole chapter.
I've been reading it straight through. I really emjoy the tone of the book; it is friendly and warm. It takes into account how pressed for time and how many competing priorities families deal with nowadays. It really has assured me that the approaches I'm taking are solid and that my son is simply a 2.5 year old. It reminds me of the importance of modeling the behavior I want to see. This seem so obvious, but it is nice to just be reminded and assured that you're not alone in your frustration and that none of us are perfect. The suggestions are very easy and several have worked really well with my son.