Are two-year-olds really so terrible, or does the world have a slightly skewed view of this sometimes difficult, sometimes adorable tot? Dr.s Ames and Ilg, recognized worldwide as authorities on child behavior and development, offer parents practical advice and enlightening psychological insights on children at this age.
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