Be patient while your toddler’s brain develops
- Even though your child can walk and talk, they can’t always tell you how they feel or what they need.
- Help your toddler understand you and them by talking about feelings.
Be patient while your toddler’s brain develops. By now, the part of the brain that tells your child to want something is well developed. But the part of the brain that understands waiting to get what they want is not developed. When you show patience, and see that your child does not have a lot of control over these strong emotions, this can make your child feel better.
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