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Toddlers are often misunderstood. They’re no longer babies, yet they still have very little knowledge of the world and the way things work—something that is easy to forget when we are constantly being blown away by their maturity and developmental leaps at this age.

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90. Seeing the world through your toddler’s eyes: Helping your child feel seen, understood, and validated with the co-authors of the Terrific Toddlers series

Seeing the world through your toddler's eyes

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90. Seeing the world through your toddler’s eyes: Helping your child feel seen, understood, and validated with the co-authors of the Terrific Toddlers series

Seeing the world through your toddler's eyes

Toddlers are often misunderstood. They’re no longer babies, yet they still have very little knowledge of the world and the way things work—something that is easy to forget when we are constantly being blown away by their maturity and developmental leaps at this age.

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86. How to mindfully parent a threenager: Navigating power struggles, limit testing, and excessive no’s with your 3-year-old

Navigating 3-year-old power struggles

When our kids hit 3 years old we can start to see some new behaviors and attitudes come online. At this age children often want to exert their power and independence, and seem to find a new favorite word—“no!”

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81. My child keeps biting, what do I do? How to address biting in toddlers and young children with Dr. Emily Upshur

Reasons children bite and how parents can effectively respond to this behavior

It’s developmentally normal, even typical, for toddlers and young children to bite. But that doesn’t mean we just sit back and let it happen.

Whether your child bites every now and then or this is a pattern you aren’t sure how to break, this episode will offer you strategies you won’t want to miss!

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78. What to do before, during and after we lose our cool: Helping parents navigate their own big feelings with Dr. Cindy Hovington

What to do before, during and after we lose our cool

As parents, we don’t always get it right. But having the tools and skills to process our own big feelings and navigate emotion regulation in ourselves can have a big impact on how we support our children.

Joining me to talk about ways we can establish a healthy relationship to our emotions and teach our children to do the same is the founder of Curious Neuron, Dr. Cindy Hovington.

This episode will help you learn the benefit of slowing down, how to cut yourself some slack, and why the best way of teaching is through modeling. You’ll hear a psychologist and neuroscientist with 5 kids between them share their own relatable experiences with parenthood and offer strategies for using language, physiology, and brain science to create an honest and balanced approach to emotion regulation.

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