Attack of the Toddlers!: Further Adventures on Planet Parenthood

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Contemporary Books, Aug 1, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 218 pages
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Humor and tips on how to survive the toddler years from the author of "Planet Parenthood

Just when parents thought it was safe to stop worrying about their baby 24/7, the baby suddenly turns into a toddler, and their parenting game slams into overdrive. Now that their child throws a Force Five Tantrum at the very sight of the bathtub each night, they wonder why they thought teething was such a traumatic deal. Screaming. Running away. A penchant for cowboy books. The toddler years are not for the weak of heart or shaky of leg. Fortunately, bestselling humor author and mom of two Julie Tilsner feels the pain. New parents who loved the breezy humor and all-too-true scenarios of "Planet Parenthood will welcome the wickedly funny essays on: Tantrum Management The Five Kinds of Toddler Parents Valid Reasons to Avoid Holidays with Toddlers Sharing and Other Myths Tapping Your Inner Toddler

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Contents

ToddlersWho They Are What They Want
1
A Field
18
Slave Parents from Beyond Infinity
39
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About the author (2001)

Julie Tilsner is a writer whose articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Glamour, Parenting magazine, and many on-line venues.

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