Joanne Mallon is a freelance journalist, a life coach and the author of Toddlers: An Instruction Manual: A Guide to Surviving the Years One to Four (Written by Parents, for Parents).
Today, Joanne shares her thoughts on toddler behaviour and, more specifically, the melt-downs that we have all experienced them having at one time or another:
When I was writing my book about toddlers, I wanted to focus on what’s great about being under five, as well as the challenges that this stage can bring. There’s so much that’s wonderful about toddlers – they’re much more than simply “terrible twos”. So I invited parents to write about “Why I love my toddler”, and these sections are at the end of each chapter to leave the reader on a positive note.
Joanne Mallon blogs over at http://joannemallon.typepad.com.
You can buy her book Toddlers: An Instruction Manual: A Guide to Surviving the Years One to Four (Written by Parents, for Parents) at Amazon – available in paperback and also on Kindle.
Come back tomorrow for a chance to win your own signed copy!