Raising Happy Toddlers

How To Build Great Parenting Skills and Stop Yelling at Your Kids!

Celia Kibler

Raising Happy Toddlers: How To Build Great Parenting Skills and Stop Yelling at Your Kids!

YOU can change your life and change your child’s life as well.

YOU can find joy, patience, calm and laughter while being the best parent you can be.

From certified child behavior expert, children with special needs educator, preschool and toddler teaching authority, mom of five (through a blended family) and grandma to nine, Celia Kibler, comes the must-have guide that all parents of toddlers need, Raising Happy Toddlers: How to Build Great Parenting Skills and Stop Yelling at your Kids.

Parenting trends and fads come and go, but their ill-conceived teachings and poor priorities can have a drastic lasting effect on kids.

These trends contribute to children becoming entitled and out of control with little compassion, empathy, kindness, or self-regulation.

Through Raising Happy Toddlers, parents get back to the basics by:

  • learning tactics to follow through with intentional parenting
  • pro-active nurturing
  • ways to empower your kids and regain control
  • setting boundaries with consequences
  • teaching core values
  • understanding children’s limits
  • practicing patience
  • attention to emotional development

These important elements, when applied to earnest and loving parenting, will last a lifetime. Parents will actually enjoy being with their children and their children will feel safe, stable, supported, proud, and loved.

This book reads like a long-desired manual for parenting your toddler.

You will get easy to implement tools and strategies for:

  • Dealing with toddler tantrums
  • Potty training your toddler
  • How to communicate with your toddler
  • How to improve your patience
  • How to get your child to sleep
  • How to raise a spirited child
  • Help for picky eaters
  • Breaking habits
  • How to deal with your child’s aggression
  • Understanding your child’s Emotional development
  • Discipline and consequences
  • Boundaries and limits
  • Schedules and routines
  • The importance of play and fun
  • How to listen to your child and get them to listen to you
  • How to empower your child and your family
  • How to build the best parenting skills to create calm and cooperation

This book covers everything you need to Raise Happy Toddlers!

YOU can be the parent you have always desired to be and no longer feel like a failure.

Trendy parenting philosophies and helicopter-parenting are on the wane. Parents need practical advice on raising compassionate, stable, kind and empowered kids without losing their own parental control. Celia Kibler provides the manageable tactics that all families can implement to reduce the chaos in their household and ultimately raise future adults who are grateful, patient, confident and self-secure.

If you have a toddler, you need this book. Grab your copy today!

Raising Happy Toddlers: How To Build Great Parenting Skills and Stop Yelling at Your Kids! is available to buy in print and kindle versions from Amazon.

About The Author

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Born in Baltimore, Maryland; Celia Kibler is a Mom of 5 (2 she gave birth to & 3 she gained from her current marriage of 24 years) and a proud Grandma of 9.

Her childhood included 3 siblings and a Mom and Dad who loved them, however Dad was a yeller with verbal abuse thrown in. There was good and bad; yelling caused a lot of stress and anxiety, music, jokes and fun helped to ease the tension of the house. This was the beginning of what has become a mission to stop parents from yelling at their kids.

Founder of Pumped Up Parenting (2016) and co-founder of Funfit® Family Fitness (1987), her world is kids and especially toddlers. Simply, she absolutely loves this age and has been working with toddlers and their parents for over 30 years; studying their behaviors, brain and emotions, and recognizing the changing parenting patterns over decades of teaching. These changing parenting trends is what led her to become a parenting coach and write this book.

Celia has never lost her inner child; in fact, she has really never found her inner grown-up. Pretty much, she is a child in a really old body, which is why so many of her clients refer to her as the "baby whisperer”. Celia says simply, "Kids and I just connect, no matter where I go."

Her outlook on life includes a lot of laughter, gratitude and always seeing the glass half full. That positivity carries into everything she does and every situation she is in and influences the people around her. She believes learning how to smile when you talk, is one of the biggest gifts you can give and teach to your children.

As a Family Empowerment Coach, Celia's clients have kids of all ages and her methods that she teaches, builds trust and respect regardless of the age of the child.

Celia has real-life parenting experience of almost 40 years (not often found in a lot of parenting coaches), she has lived mostly every experience that a parent can go through and have found successful solutions that make up a lot of her advice and coaching.

On a mission to stop 1,000,000 parents from yelling at their kids, Celia believes that the more you understand what children are made up of and how they think and operate, the less yelling is needed and the more fun and happiness is created. Becoming intentional and learning as much as you can during your parenting journey, will benefit the entire family positively. After all, we are raising adults, not children.

You can connect with Celia via her website and on social media via LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube

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