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Kids provide us moments of joy, but it is incredibly hard to keep them engaged all the time. Handling kids is not a cakewalk, and during COVID,

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Parenting Tips to Improve Toddler Behavior

Once your child is born, you look forward to seeing the child grow and be more independent. However, life can be exasperating for toddlers. Though they want to be independent, young children cannot always move as quickly as they would like or clearly communicate their needs. They also tend to have issues dealing with compromise, limits, sharing and disappointment. This can lead to misbehavior and tantrums. But you can teach your toddler to behave well by providing love, clear rules, and a degree of routine with the toddlers care advice provided on our platform.

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Saying No

One of the toughest parts of being a parent is knowing when to say no. Typically speaking, once a child learns to communicate and understand language, any given parent soon reaches a point when they feel that every other word out of their mouth is “No” or “Stop.” And just about each sentence they speak to their child begins with “Not inside,” or “You cannot do that” or “Not on the floor” or something along these lines. Although saying “No” can be very tiring, annoying, and can feel quite bad at times, parents should understand that this is an absolutely essential aspect of parenting. However, toddlers do not always react and listen to their parents and may continue doing the same thing their parents tell them not to. There are various ways to put things across to your toddler, and get them to listen without having them react with tantrums and misconduct. With our parenting advice for toddlers, we will help you figure out how to deal with your toddler in a calm and efficient manner.

Prioritizing Rules and Boundaries: The Earlier, the Better

The thing that is happening when a child hears the word “No” is that they are learning boundaries. Rules and boundaries are crucial for young kids to learn from parents as they are the first stepping stone to how an individual slowly learns to follow the vast set of rules that make up society. In short, the rules and boundaries learned at home, early in life, are the first exposure a child has to the world that exists outside home. Learning boundaries early allows children to integrate themselves more easily into the world as they grow and mature. Our platform has curated content with the help of professionals to provide you with advice on how to take care of toddlers. These are easy to follow and understand steps that will enable your children to get ready to face the real world. The content is accessible on our platform in the form of blogs, videos, and live sessions. 

Helping your Child be Resilient

Becoming more resilient enables children to try new things, even if it takes a while to succeed. Resilience also enables children to understand that sometimes, things do not work out as planned, but it is still possible to cope and move on. Children learn from the positive interactions they have with their parents or caregivers. This can include teaching problem-solving skills and showing them how to embrace and learn from mistakes. Visit our platform for more toddlers care advice and help your child develop confidence in her coping skills.