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Toddler Tantrums Are Real, But You Are Stronger Than You Think!
It’s no secret our little ones grow too fast and suddenly turn into a toddler. Over the past few weeks, my little boy has started to communicate a little more with everyone at home. He is a super happy boy at home and a great observer. He observes every little bit of every thing very keenly, and tries to say it or do it. It’s so hard trying to make him understand what should be done and what should not! And those lessons sometimes end with a happy face or with a tantrum mode. Every day my boy test my limits. I realized now that I am not as smart as I thought was!
If he is happy one day, the next day he will be upset over everything. He will cry and cry…
When a toddler does this, stop what you are doing, sit down to hold them and listen to what they are trying to communicate to us. Maybe it is because they couldn’t reach something, or they fell down somewhere, or they need some thing to do, or they are simply hungry or thirsty.
Dealing with toddler moods is not really easy. Sometimes they may not be able to figure out something. So figure it out together, listen and understand what they are about to say to you. Give them hugs and kisses!
Toddler tantrums are a part of every child’s life. Tantrums happens over every little thing sometimes. All you need is strong mental peace and patience to handle them, because they are going to do what they want to do! You can’t escape or run from these tantrums. Once a mother, always a mother! Pleasantly allow yourself to get ready for this motherhood phase. Because toddler tantrums are for real. Being a toddler mom is hard anyway but having a toddler who is just learning to communicate is simply challenging. You will understand what is right from wrong, act appropriately, well mannered, more patiently, and kindly to yourself. And be prepared for many more challenges!