I’m a total researcher and when I read it from a book, it just clicks with my brain. When I became pregnant, I gobbled up all of the books I could read about pregnancy and babies. But I, surprisingly, am a little late to the game on books about toddlers (12m-4yrs). Everything I am Googling is either about toddler discipline, toddler brain development, etc. All of which I am very interested in, but isn’t there just an overall toddler handbook?
I’m clueless about milestones, potty training, heck, when do they move into a real bed? And of course, I appreciate books with more offbeat sensibilities, which I am having some trouble finding. (There’s gotta be more info out there than “What to Expect,” right?)
What books did Homies turn to when learning about what to do with toddlers that covers the whole experience, not just discipline?
Thanks, y’all! -Anne