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Toddler not liking me?

Children that age often suffer from separation anxiety, which is totally normal. They need to learn that their parent will come back for them, that they can trust other caregivers. However, the NHS ...
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How to help 2-year-old overcome fear of swings and slides?

The thing here is to just step back and let her take these things at her own pace. The two traps to avoid are: Pushing her to do something that she is scared of. That just makes it a horrible thing ...
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How to help 2-year-old overcome fear of swings and slides?

I'll answer my own question since it's been one-and-a-half years since I asked: It was just a phase. She's now over 4 years old and most slides are no problem for her. Some really large ones make her ...
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How to help 2-year-old overcome fear of swings and slides?

My son sounds similar, his gross motor skills (walking, jumping) came on slower than many of his peers, but he was talking a lot earlier and more than many. We did toddler and parent swim class and he ...
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3 year old grandchild Julie will say things like "Bad Julie" or "Just throw me away mommy" or hit herself especially during tantrum. Is this normal

My son had tantrums at 2 (I think) where he would hit himself and others in frustration. He didn't say the things your granddaughter is saying but his verbal skills weren't that far along. I can't say ...
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3 year old grandchild Julie will say things like "Bad Julie" or "Just throw me away mommy" or hit herself especially during tantrum. Is this normal

Self harm, lack of self regard, and repeated, persistent violence against others are a warning sign, but its hard to say without more details. You should probably seek professional advice.
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How to help 2-year-old overcome fear of swings and slides?

You should try and ease your daughter into heights and stuff, please take it slow to avoid fear of being rushed.
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Are parents of a baby/ toddler really this busy?

I think this is totally normal. Give it some a few years and you may get back into normal phone calls. Tldr version - When you have a small living thing that cannot verbally communicate with you, who ...
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