Fathering Your Toddler: A Dad's Guide to the Second and Third Years

Fathering Your Toddler A Dad s Guide to the Second and Third Years A significantly updated revised and expanded guide to all aspects of fatherhood during a childOCOs second and third years by the best selling critically acclaimed author of The Expectant Father

  • Title: Fathering Your Toddler: A Dad's Guide to the Second and Third Years
  • Author: Armin A. Brott
  • ISBN: 9780789210852
  • Page: 232
  • Format: ebook
  • A significantly updated, revised, and expanded guide to all aspects of fatherhood during a childOCOs second and third years by the best selling, critically acclaimed author of The Expectant Father.

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    One thought on “Fathering Your Toddler: A Dad's Guide to the Second and Third Years”

    1. Nothing really wrong with this book, but I just didn't find as much novel, helpful advice here as in his earlier two books. Maybe it's just because kids' development starts to vary a lot more by this age range, so it doesn't quite line up with our experience, and we'd picked it up ourselves by the time I read this.And I'm definitely lucky that our kid hasn't acted out (yet) in some of the horrible-sounding ways Brott covers, or shown the over-the-top fears mentioned here of drains & monsters [...]

    2. Like his previous books I've been following along in this book as Mer has developed. Now that we are past the initial developmental milestones of "babyhood," this remain developmentally disjointed but interestingly there are sometimes areas where Mer is right on track or ahead of the pack. Every child is unique and reading about typical milestones reminds me of that constantly. I still really cherish the opening section of each chapter and found the additional topics in this one to be at least m [...]

    3. I love this series of books. Finally, parenting books that don't treat dads like neanderthals that would rather get drunk with their college buddies than EVER change a diaper or help out with their child.I only read about half of this, since it's arranged by age and the kid had already passed through most of the phases. I do now have Fathering Your School-Age Child (ages 3-9), so I can read that as he grows.

    4. Just like its predecessors, this is a no-nonsense advice book that goes right to the heart of what it is to be a father. The author's humor and straightforwardness about topics that are sometimes uncomfortable or worrisome to fathers both old and new was greatly appreciated.I would definitely recommend this book.

    5. This is yet another good read by Armin Brott who gives a guys perspective to parenting. He brings a good sense of humor and anecdotal stories that helped me realize that there was someone else out there that went through the same things that I'm going through now.

    6. Pretty basic and common send infot nearly as helpful as The Expectant Father, which was excellent.

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