This is one of the things that happens daily that doesn’t quite frustrate me but it is definitely an inconvenience! Imagine this, you’re rushing to get his hands cleaned, but he just keeps reaching for the tap and turning it on and off, and you have a million things waiting for you plus 2 hungry boys waiting for their meal! It gets me every time. Sometimes I find it funny, other times not so much :p
Does it happen to you? Does your toddler also like to reach for the tap and enjoy turning the water on and off? It happens to all 3 of my kids, and right now the little one is doing it =) he’s 22 months old.
This book walks your child through the different feelings that they often encounter. At the end of the day, there’s something that they can do to feel better and they know that someone is by their side no matter what.
What my children like about the book:
They love seeing the different ocean animals. They love that in the end the crab felt better. Who doesn’t love happy endings?
What mommy likes about the book:
There’s a special message in this book that I like. The book tells the readers (children) that it is okay to need time off to get their feelings back to normal and that we can wait for them to feel better.