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Stop Second-Guessing Yourself--The Toddler Years: A Field-Tested Guide to Confident Parenting (Momma Said) Paperback – February 6, 2009
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About the Author
She is the creator of www.MommaSaid.net, the stay-at-home mom's coffee break™ and a Forbes Best of the Web community which boasts subscribers from across the U.S., and in 30 countries. She is the creator of "Please Take My Children to Work Day," a holiday for stay-at-home moms celebrated on the last Monday each June which was officially proclaimed by governors in at least six states.
Top Customer Reviews
All joking aside, I think the book is great for mothers & for fathers, it is an unnecessary read. If I find a better toddler book for fathers, I'll comment later!
Yet, she finds a way to explain what you really need to pay attention to, and she keeps up to date on the latest issues and concerns of parents. She also tells you what you need to remember to keep your kid safe (and what you can forget). Further, she explains how to have a good time and take it all in stride. Plus, she explains how to handle situations with your toddler and family members. Most importantly, this book helps you know you are not alone in the process, and that somewhere out there, there's someone (likely many) with a toddler situation crazier than yours. Buy this book and you'll thank yourself!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although I haven't completed the book (almost finished) I'd say I've learned a lot of things from this book. Read morePublished on August 19, 2011 by Melbettis
I've been following Jen Singer's blog, [...], for years. It's her witty writing style coupled with those moments that every parent can relate to that keep me coming back for more. Read morePublished on March 16, 2010 by Kimberly S. Danger