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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Hey I reread your OP more closely, and just wanted to add it's also a good idea to teach her how to do things like climb off chairs/beds etc safely. You can assume she's not going to stop completely , so at least that can relieve some anxiety.
    She can get down fine - thanks to childcare for teacher her that yay (they also had issues with her climbing on everything)!! But it's the mischief she gets up to up there, turning lamps on, pulling phones off chargers, pulling a whole box of tissues out etc that's annoying I'm probably better off just having every door shut aren't I? Til she can open them that is. Which won't be long she's so freaking tall

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    Depending on your type of parenting there is 'Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond'. And http://www.ahaparenting.com/parenting-tools has some stuff too.

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    The whole brain child by Daniel Siegle was good and worth a read. Gives a biological perspective on the development. It helped lower some of my expectations for DS2's behaviour.

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    Gee thanks for your spam post but it's not at all relevant to my original question as we do not have sleep issues


 

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