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Nov 11, 2017A helpful and informative guide to all the developmental milestones and issues a parent will come across with their child from age 1-2.
Jan 05, 2019It is a very detailed book covering all areas of interest. There is nothing unexpected as advice. It is all common sense. Though, it helps to confirm what is normal.
Oct 29, 2017I was so happy with What to Expect the First Year that I was a little concerned that I didn't have that reference any more... so I was happy to read this book which was a little more laid back than its predecessor, organized by topic instead of monthly milestones. It gave a lot of valuable information on milestones and what to watch out for, as well as a comprehensive guide to childhood illnesses and injuries. Of course now I am super panicked that my house is not child proofed enough, but that I was so happy with What to Expect the First Year that I was a little concerned that I didn't have that reference any more... so I was happy to read this book which was a little more laid back than its predecessor, organized by topic instead of monthly milestones. It gave a lot of valuable information on milestones and what to watch out for, as well as a comprehensive guide to childhood illnesses and injuries. Of course now I am super panicked that my house is not child proofed enough, but that can be remedied and is probably a good reminder. ...more
Jun 20, 2013I've read numerous books in the "What to Expect" series, and with each one, I find myself getting increasingly annoyed with the euphemisms and cutesy language. I want quick, straightforward answers and advice, and this book takes its sweet time getting to the point.
Jul 17, 2013The top line: If you're a fan of the month-by-month parenting book organization, this isn't the book for you.
Oct 30, 2016Well, the book is great. Specially in the sense that it is not like a "manual". It is just a collection of an expert's notes based on experience. The writer will keep telling you that the best rule is that "there is no rule" and that every toddler is unique in his/her own way. These sort of books just draws a VEEEEEEEEEEEEERY broad line for a mother.
Feb 07, 2014Thank goodness we're no longer breaking things down month by month because that was kind of driving me crazy with the What to Expect First Year book ("My baby is...doing that! Whew! Oh crap, but she's not doing that other thing you say she should be doing. Is my baby normal or not? What does next month say??"). Instead we have sections like Feeding, Behavior, Disciplining Your Toddler, etc.
Jan 03, 2017This was a helpful book. I liked that it was just set up in topics rather than month by month like The First Year. That was helpful then, but it was much easier to just focus on one subject at a time at this point. Very useful info for this first-time mom!
Aug 21, 2018This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. adult, children, two-year-old, advice
Nov 17, 2018I love this series, and I’m sad because I think this is the last one. I wish it went through age 18! (Maybe 22?)
Dec 05, 2019Very resourceful book. I will probably look back on things for reference.
May 07, 2019I found this the least helpful book of the series. Here’s a synopsis - be patient, stay calm, it’s a phase and will pass.
Jun 27, 2017Comprehensive, as usual. Very informative. I like that it was grouped by theme rather than by age.
Sep 28, 2019I absolutely loved the pregnancy and year one book. This one unfortunately just wasn't as good. Nothing I didn't know. Added to my DNF shelf as I never read it cover to cover.
Aug 09, 2019A few good tidbits, but not nearly as helpful as the first two books in the series.
Mar 11, 2018Definitely don’t read it cover to cover. There’s a few useful text boxes about common developmental milestones and how they range. But a lot of it reads like ways to assure worried suburban parents.
Mar 31, 2018A nice overview of what to expect in the 12-24 months. A very useful section on common ailments and when to call the doctor.
Jul 26, 2018Commonsensical, organized well, comprehensive in scope. As with the First Year book in this series, I like that the pages of the “what to do for injury or illness” chapter are outlined in grey for easy locating.
Apr 06, 2019I liked that there was no timeline for everything. I just read what I needed or what my cutie acted like/did and then I was good. Information easily accessible and navigation was a breeze to just read what you needed.
Nov 30, 2018I really like the set up of this book. The first in the series went through each month and what to expect. This book is set up with different sections making it easy to read through it all once, and then go back to certain chapters as needed.
Sep 26, 2018I read about three quarters of this cover to cover, but unlike What to Expect When You're Expecting I think this is more of a, looking things up when you have questions or want to learn more about something, kind of book. I'm sure I'll continue to use it as my little one heads towards the end of his second year.
Jun 05, 2019Finally, finished another book that I've been reading off and on. Definitely another book that takes some time to get through as you read it as they get older. It helps with the milestones and helps to give you a heads up on possibly what's coming and what to expect. I very much liked having this book as a super helpful resource. Definitely helpful for new parents.
Apr 14, 2019One of the unfortunate things about moving past the first year is that none of the toddler books are organized month-by-month, but tend to be by subject. Oh well.
Sep 29, 2017This book was great. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was that it was not as helpful as the "expecting" and "first year" books, which was not the fault of the authors. In the aforementioned books one can follow along as baby develops while also using it as a reference book. This version does not follow development, but rather divides chapters into sections on topics such as eating or movement. I used it more as a reference guide. I would recommend it to a parent of a toddler.
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