What to Expect the Second Year
The latest book in the best-selling WHAT TO EXPECT series, this essential guide covers the action-packed and exciting second year of a child's life. WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE SECOND YEAR contains expert advice on everything parents of a toddler need to know, including sleeping, temper tantrums, eating issues, toilet training, nutrition, health and home safety, offering parents invaluable insights, advice and reassurance. 'Written in the same warm, engaging and immensely reassuring style that readers will be familiar with from the other 'What to Expect' books, WHAt tO EXPECt tHE SECOND YEAR is clear and comprehensive, with just the right amount of easy-to-find detail ... parents will find here everything they need to know to safely and confidently navigate the action-packed, incredibly full second year of their toddler's life.' Dr Jonny taitz MBChB, FCP(SA), FRACP, AFCHSM, FAAQHC, Specialist Paediatrician 'this essential guide walks parents through the remarkable second year of a child's life, offering invaluable insight and advice, and generous helpings of empathy and reassurance.' Dr Mark D Widome, Professor of Pediatrics, the Pennsylvania State University Just in time for those first steps, here's the next perfect offering from trusted What to Expect author, Heidi Murkoff. Starting from baby's first birthday, What to Expect the Second Year is the complete why, when, and how-to guide to the 'wonder year' - twelve jam-packed months of amazing milestones, lightning-speed learning and endless discoveries. Filled with must-have information on all things toddler, from feeding (tips to tempt picky palates) to sleep (how to get more of it), talking (decoding those first words) to behaviour (defusing those first tantrums). Plus, how to keep your busy toddler safe and healthy. Answers to All Your Questions: When will our 13-month-old start to walk? How can we get our fussy eater to try something besides pasta? Shouldn't our 14-month-old be talking already? I can ignore a tantrum at home, but what I am supposed to do when we're out shopping? When should we break the bottle habit ... and what about that dummy? How do we get our almost-2-year-old to settle down for bed - and stay asleep all night?