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D+D on PBS: What’s So Terrible About Two-Year-Olds?

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Tell anyone you’re the parent of a two-year-old, and you’re bound to hear a response like this:

“Uh oh.”

“Good luck!”

“The Terrrrrible Twos…” (Cue spooky haunted house music here.)

It’s true that two-year-olds have a serious reputation for being The Worst. But in our latest article on the PBS Parents website, we ask the question, “Are two-year-olds really any worse than kids of other ages?”

Read this article to find out our answer to that question, plus learn lots of interesting stuff about two-year-olds, including:

  • How many tantrums they throw each week
  • How long those tantrums typically last
  • How those numbers compare with kids aged 1 to 4
  • What pretending, jumping and disembodied eyeballs have to do with any of this

Seriously. Disembodied eyeballs are in there.

If you enjoy the other things we write – like this totally free website, or our reasonably priced and worth-every-penny parenting book Think Like a Baby – then we’re pretty sure you’re going to love this article too!

So what are you waiting for? Go check it out immediately!

“What’s So Terrible About Two?” by Amber and Andy Ankowski
for pbs.org


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