2 years ago
How you can Talk to Toddlers
alking to toddlers is interesting and at times very frustrating. As a father of two boys I would like to share several insights into how in addition to why we should be specific inside how we talk to our young child. We are going to discuss how to talk with our toddlers. What is the incredible importance of "Baby Talk"? Do we actually treat our toddlers as people? Finally we will mention the importance or lack of incredible importance of lying to our toddlers.
-Speak clearly and deliberately to the toddler
My wife and I determined which we were going to speak to our little ones. From the time that they ended up born we used full sentences and words. Looking for not used "baby talk" with our children and we have found that "baby talk" will be of no benefit. Looking for family who were proficient in "baby talk" when their children have been toddlers. They are having a problem helping their children unlearn the actual "baby talk" now talking toddlers that the kids are in pre-kindergarten classes. The sons speak in complete sentences and in proper British.
-Remember that your Toddler can be a human being and deserves regard as a human
My wife and I ask for respect and manners from our children. However parents talking to children strive to show respect to our kids for the human beings that they are. Once speaking we try to demonstrate to them the respect and etiquette that we expect out of these. They have feeling and emotional baggage just like the rest of us. I urge you to show them the particular respect that they deserve.
-Do No Lie to Your Toddler
I am not referring to imagination such as Santa Clause and the Tooth Fairy. These fantasies are personal choices for mother and father to make. However , real problems affect your toddler too. My family and i believe in a term named "Minimum Necessity. " Put simply, when there is an issue that affects the family and the children pick up on it and ask questions all of us answer the children truthfully however the minimum necessity of information to answer their question.