How To Communicate With Your Toddler Like a Pro

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Are you struggling with figuring out how to communicate with your toddler? You have come to the right place.

Hi everyone! My name is Savanna Frazier and I am a wife, mother and lover of Jesus. My husband and I have two precious boys, Crit (2yrs old) and Titan (1yr old). For now we are a family of four, but no matter the size we are all constantly learning and growing together and learning how to communicate with your toddler has been a huge part of this growth.

A Little About Us

I currently work full-time as a professional service manager for a software company, but our family also recently took the leap of faith this past year with a photography business called Frazier & Co. Photography.

We love to create and capture the beauty within everyone! However, let’s talk about motherhood. If we truly think about the reality of motherhood it’s an absolute honor, such a priceless gift, yet unbelievably challenging at the same time.

If you’re anything like my family, we love doing everything together. This may sound wonderful, but yet there are challenges that come with that very desire.

Watch For Que’s

When our boy’s demeanor begins to change and they start to do undesirable things for attention, that’s a que that it’s time for some one-on-one quality time. For us, this means undivided attention to doing the activities they love to do. I only have two kiddos and yet this can be challenging when it comes to time management.

I mean what mama doesn’t need more time in their day to accomplish all the tasks at hand? Lol With that said, it’s important to aim for quality over the quantity of time spent. We have learned that quality time is absolutely vital and is also key to improve emotional development.

Learning Your Emotions Is Hard

Crit is at the age where he is experiencing all sorts of emotions. Can you imagine being angry or frustrated for the first time in your life and having no knowledge of what you’re experiencing or how to respond to that emotion? If you don’t know how to communicate with your toddler this can be a very frustrating time for you both.

It can be easy to forget that they are experiencing a lot of “firsts,” but it’s our job to help them understand. With that said, we try to be very intentional to sit them down and talk about emotions. For example: We would let Crit know it is okay to be frustrated or to be mad, but it isn’t okay to throw toys.

Get On Their Level

When communicating with them we get down on their level and make eye contact with them. Does this take extreme intentionality? Of course, it does, do we do it perfectly? Nope, not even close. But we have found we get a better response this way.

Wrapping Up Talking To Your Toddler

Let’s face it, motherhood isn’t a cookie cutter experience but I hope we can all learn, grow and encourage each other along this journey! Learning how to communicate with your toddler is no different!

-Savanna Frazier

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THANK YOU Savanna for teaching all of us how to communicate with your toddler and for all this helpful information!

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A diaper shower is essentially a baby shower, but instead of traditional gifts like clothes and toys, guests bring disposable diapers, wipes, and other diapering essentials. The purpose of a diaper shower is to help new parents stock up on these necessary items for their newborn without having to worry about constantly restocking themselves.

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