What To Expect From Your Three Year OldMarch 2, 2021
Parenting is hard, have you heard about the threenage phase? Some parents go insane during this phase, but don’t worry, you are not alone.
What to expect from your three year old and how to help them develop their new found abilities. During this time their brain is making so many connections, including your own respenses to their actions. Have you seen the hundreds of posts in Facebook mom groups about the terrible behaviors of these little boss leaders?
Learn how to take those negative behaviors and turn them around now, what you do with your child during these crucial learning years can set yourself and them up for either good teen years or dreaded ones.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve just navigated through the “terrible twos” and wondering what you can expect from your growing toddler. Don’t sit down just yet as some of your child’s busiest days lie just ahead in what are known as the “magical years.” These years are known as such mostly because it seems like magic that your child is finally listening to you and responding with words.
Not only that but also because your child is learning how to tap into his or her imagination and let it run wild. Your 3- to 4-year-old child will continue growing and developing in many ways in the coming months. Although research shows that children reach developmental milestones at different times, your child will likely achieve many things that didn’t seem possible just a year before.
Download your 3-year-old guide book to learn more about these milestones, as well as get a free printable to help you keep up with many of the monumental milestones they’ll reach in toddlerhood.