Ep. 108: When Setting Toddler Limits Feels Limitless
July 27, 2020
In the brand new segment “Throwback,” Shanna and Laura tell stories from their own childhoods about fake curls and fake friends, and they reflect on how those situations influence their parenting today. Also, Laura talks about the exhaustion that comes from constantly setting limits with her toddler, and Shanna reports on her toddler’s increased independence and over-the-top tantrums. Finally, they reveal their BFPs and BFNs for the week. Shanna’s toddler is 18 months old, and Laura’s toddler is 17 months old.
- Dyson Airwrap Hair Curler* Laura would buy this if she won the lottery, but otherwise she can't really justify a $500 hair curler.
- Fisher-Price Pink Princess Stepstool Potty* Shanna got this for CC and it plays music when they go potty!
- Oh Crap! Potty Training* Shanna's pick for a potty-training manual.
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