The Honest Toddler: A Child's Guide to Parenting (Unabridged)
by Bunmi Laditan
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An antidote to heavy-handed advice books written by parenting "experts" who have gotten too big for size 2T britches, The Honest Toddler provides an indispensable manual to parenting that places the toddler's happiness front and center. Outrageously confident and sweetly indignant, The Honest Toddler tackles everything from preferred toddler foods (unbroken crackers and undiluted juice), unconditional love (accept them as they are-pants or no pants), sleep and potty training methods (none), play date etiquette (mi casa es not su casa), and the proper response to random aggression at the playground (embrace it, park justice is messy but swift). The result is a parenting book like no other, one that will leave moms and dads laughing, and maybe crying, as they recognize their own child in the ongoing shenanigans of one bravely honest toddler.
Worst parenting advice I've ever heard.
I want my money back. My husband and I listened to the first 15 minutes and turned it off. He might as well have just said "give your child whatever he wants, whenever he wants it" and been done with it. Oh and he gives great nutritional advice too- dont even try to feed your toddler anything healthy because he wont like it- give him lots of pizza, chips, and M&M's. What??? Don't waste your money on this one.
Imagine Tosh as a toddler ! Very Funny
The other review obviously missed the point here, funny! Love the point of view, and had me laughing out loud!
This is awful. I also want my money back. This is not funny at all.