Parenting a toddler certainly has it's ups and downs. All of the parenting and disciplining can get exhausting and you may start to feel like all you're ever saying to your toddler is, "No." Luckily, there are some other ways to say "no" to your child wit
Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Nap Solution. suggests paying attention to your toddler's tired signs. Watch him closely the hour after he wakes up for a morning or two. Then, compare his well-rested behavior with the way he acts between dinner and bedtime (when he'll be fatigued). If he loses interest in people or toys before bed at night, for example, you can look for these cues during the day to find the best naptime.