Food on the tray, food on the floor, more food on the face than in the mouth, food refusals and a temper tantrum or two thrown in. Wouldn't it be great to have some practical advice on how to handle the messiest eater in the world, the toddler? Well, that's just what Parenting Guide for Toddler Eating offers. This focused ebook provides an understanding of toddler behavior and how best to manage feeding your tolddler without having a nervous breakdown!
With a lot of understanding, a bit of humor, and empathy for parents (he remembers his own children's and grandchildren's toddler years) child psychiatrist, Calvin Colarusso M.D. provides understanding and concrete suggestions about how to tame the beast.
Parenting Guide for Toddler Eating will make your life as a parent easier and increase the joy you get from helping your toddler lay a foundation for a lifetime of joyful eating.
The book provides information on what to do about: Setting the table for a toddler Food preferences Food refusals Demand feeding What to avoid doing and saying How to give positive encouragement How to keep mealtime from becoming a battle ground
Dr. Colarusso is a Board Certified Adult and Child Psychiatrist and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California at San Diego. He is an internationally known lecturer to students, parents and professionals on many aspects of normal and pathologic development.
His books in print, ebook, and audio books have been published in English, Korean and Spanish (www.calbooks.info.)