THE TODDLER ROADMAP Episode 9 – Saying “NO” to Your Kids with Confidence!

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Show notes:

In this Episode 9 I share with you when to say “No” to your toddler and actually meaning it for it to be effective. And also saying “Yes” as often as saying “No”!

In this episode:

  • ​What To Do When Your Toddler Hits You.
  • ​#TipsandScripts: Quick, Simple & Effective Positive Parenting Ideas to Help Make Life with Kids Easier!
  • ​20 Super Fun Ways to Develop Scissor Skills

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Remember, if you want to review what we’ve talked about, check out the full Show Notes at www.ToddlerRoadmap.com/SayingNO

There, you can find a full article on the topic, videos that summarise the different elements and links to any tools or resources we’ve pointed out. You can also drop us a comment there and get involved in the conversation.

Again, that’s www.ToddlerRoadmap.com/SayingNO

With Parentverse Guest Claire Colbert Co-Founder of Family Mediation and Mentoring: Specialists in Divorce and Finances.

Listen to the Full Interview on The Parentverse

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Remember, if you want to review what we’ve talked about, check out the full Show Notes at www.ToddlerRoadmap.com/SayingNO

There, you can find a full article on the topic, videos that summarise the different elements and links to any tools or resources we’ve pointed out. You can also drop us a comment there and get involved in the conversation.

Again, that’s www.toddlerroadmap.com/SayingNO


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Jump on and join in – it’s free from finger pointing or tut-tting – it takes a village and we’re all in this together!

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Coming up in Episode 10 we’ll look at:

Talking and Listening with Your Toddler – Ways to Encourage Language Development

By the time your little toddler is 12 to 18 months old, they have already learned quite a

few words and can understand many more and by the age of two, most children have

about 100 words of vocabulary.

Some children chatter away from when they are very little, and others take their time.

It’s not a race so don’t compete with other parents!

Children learn at different speeds and at very different times, and sometimes it’s

difficult to know whether you ought to be giving them an extra helping hand, whether

they need some specialist help, or whether it’s just their natural development that makes

them a little different from their friend.

So, I’ll give you lots of ways to encourage language development.

Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

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