Put yourself in the tiny shoes of a two-year-old for a second.
My eldest son has developed a passion for tantrums. I have not.
I think the boy has almost broken me.
'He thought I'd stolen his sister's willy.' 😂
No parent can avoid their toddler’s tantrums, so rather than hand-wringing over them, sometimes it’s important to see the
There is no such thing as a perfect parent. Everybody messes up. Nobody is naturally calm at all times. Nobody has endless levels of patience. We all mess up. Stop taking everything so personally. Most of the time, this isn't about you. It's not about how you act, or how you've raised your child, or which method of discipline you choose
'She got on the floor in the shopping centre and did the thing.'
When a child throws a tantrum in public, most parents will do almost anything to make it stop that instant. So if you’re
'Our children are learning and processing so much information.'
A dad is encouraging parents to be more patient when their toddlers throw tantrums and not to be embarrassed when it happens