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- Does your toddler refuse to go to bed at night or keep waking up? - Do you battle over getting into the car seat or push chair? - Is your child fussy about food or refuse to sit down at mealtimes? - Is getting dressed in the mornings a daily ordeal? - Does your child tantrum when things don't go his or her way? TV's trusted nanny Kathryn Mewes, as seen on Channel 4's series The Three Day Nanny, can help you with all these parenting challenges and many others too, so you can spend more time sharing the fun and wonder of the toddler years with your child and less time getting worn down by constant battling, negotiating or protesting. In this highly practical book Kathryn demystifies your growing toddler's needs as he or she tries to make sense of the world. She also offers clear guidance on how to solve 100 common parenting challenges within the key areas of sleeping, eating, behaviour, potty training and relationships. With the help of practical tools and advice on how to approach a challenge, including suggestions of what to say and do, Kathryn will help you lovingly and firmly resolve whatever it is within three days. She also offers concrete support for you as a parent to help you stay calm and in control, empowering you to parent your toddler with greater confidence and ease. Accompanies Channel 4's TV series, The Three Day Nanny.
- Does your toddler refuse to go to bed at night or keep waking up? - Do you battle over getting into the car seat or push chair? - Is your child fussy about food or refuse to sit down at mealtimes? - Is getting dressed in the mornings a daily ordeal? - Does your child tantrum when things don't go his or her way? TV's trusted nanny Kathryn Mewes can help you with all these parenting challenges and many others too, so you can spend more time sharing the fun and wonder of the toddler years with your child and less time getting worn down by constant battling, negotiating or protesting. In this highly practical book Kathryn demystifies your growing toddler's needs as he or she tries to make sense of the world. She also offers clear guidance on how to solve 100 common parenting challenges within the key areas of sleeping, eating, behaviour, potty training and relationships. With the help of practical tools and advice on how to approach a challenge, including suggestions of what to say and do, Kathryn will help you lovingly and firmly resolve whatever it is within three days. She also offers concrete support for you as a parent to help you stay calm and in control, empowering you to parent your toddler with greater confidence and ease.
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A powerful new parenting book that gives parents the exact words to solve any sticky parenting situation! A toddler meltdown over the wrong pair of pants, siblings fighting in the back of the car, kids crying when you try to leave the house... Parents have the best intentions to be patient and loving, but in the heat of the moment, they too often find themselves feeling helpless, desperate, and so frustrated that they resort to yelling, threatening, bribing, or caving. Now Say This solves the dilemma: how can you be empathic and effective at once? Based on the popular 3-step "ALP" model the authors have taught thousands of parents in their clinical practice, and written in a friendly, balanced, and research-based tone, Now Say This addresses issues such as, * Tantrums * Engaging cooperation * Sibling relationships * Screentime * Bedtime Best of all, it answers the question, "Now, what do you actually say?" using scripts and body language from real life examples. Now Say This is a guide that transforms remarkable ideas into practical how-to's that busy parents can use right away.
From Anna Clifton comes a sweet, emotional, beautiful romance about a man whose life has been derailed and the unexpected woman who can help him get it back on track. 'It's for other reasons that I won't need a nanny beyond a month.' Twenty–three year old nanny Somer Sullivan has never had a job quite like this one: fix the messed–up, out–of–control life of high–profile artist and thirty–something dad Harry Halligan. But Somer is organised, efficient and not afraid of a challenge. She will do everything Harry needs her to do, including bringing his ex–wife home for good. 'One month, Harry, and I'll be out of here.' Harry Halligan doesn't want a nanny, but he needs one–he needs Somer. She's the only one who can reach his troubled daughter, who can bring some measure of peace to his home. But as Somer advances her mission to fix his life, a few things become clear: his ex–wife might not be the answer, and Somer just might be. But Somer is running like hell from something in her own life and hiding in his. Only one thing is for sure. Harry now has less than a month to make the hardest decision he'll ever have to make–a decision that will change all of their lives forever.
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