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6 Battles I'm Glad I Stopped Picking With My Toddler

Parenting is exactly why the phrase “pick your battles” was invented. However, not everything has to be a battleground. Instead, some aspects of raising children can be frustrating, and also healthy teaching tools for both our kids to learn independence and for us to learn how to let go of a little bit of control. My toddler and I are both happier since I started letting her do these six things: 1.
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