Toddlers and the Holidays: Easy Tips For Keeping Children and Parents Happy During the Busiest Time of Year

Blythe Lipman, renowned infant and child-development expert, was recently featured on the Courier Post, along with tips for parents of toddlers.

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Help! My Toddler Came without Instructions by Blythe Lipman

(PRWEB) December 19, 2013

Blythe Lipman is the author of Help! My Baby Came Without Instructions, and the accompanying Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions, which was released earlier this year. She designed both books to be especially easy to use for new parents who can't spend time flipping endlessly through text-book-sized guides. "There are great child-rearing books out there, but most are not easy or user-friendly. I created my book to be in list-format, so it is simple for parents to find topics and tips without paging through chapters. And although every tip won’t work for every child, I have everything listed so the tips are easy to find quickly," she said.

The Courier Post featured an article on Blythe Lipman, in which she discusses her motivation for choosing to become an expert in infant-care and development, and the story that led to her pair of books. Also included in the article are six tips for parents who need help with out-of-control toddlers, including what to do with bad behavior, and a refusal of bedtime.

Help! My Baby Came Without Instructions
How to Survive (and Enjoy) Your Baby's First Year
By Blythe Lipman

The expert-approved guide to the gentle art of infant care. Also available as an audiobook!

Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions
Practical Tips for Parenting a Happy One, Two, Three and Four Year Old
By Blythe Lipman

Toddler taming solutions from a nationally recognized expert. Also available as an audiobook!