Words are powerful, here's how to get more of the good ones

Season 3 Episode 23 | Words are powerful, here's how to get more of the good ones

We're so excited to share the latest episode, Season 3 Episode 23 of our Moms on Call parenting podcast, all about babies and toddlers! Our words are powerful!

Listener Megan from Tennessee has a 3-year-old that recently started using the words “stupid” and “dummy.” Today we’ll explore how to discourage your child from using words that might be considered mean or hurtful and encourage them to use their nice words.

Plus, what do you do when your toddler continues to spit out their food? Your family dog is going to love this one!

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