5 Reasons I'm Thankful for Toddlerhood

Sheri Reed
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Raising a toddler can be HARD. And tiring. And tricky. And dirty. And did I say hard?

But alas, on this Thanksgiving day, it's nice to remember what's so wonderful about toddlers too! This day of thanks, let's spread a bit of toddler love around.

5 Reasons I'm Thankful for Toddlerhood

  1. My toddler gives me lots to laugh about and reminds me not to be so serious about the task of parenting all the time.
  2. Toddlers are adorable when they finally do go down to sleep.
  3. Toddler remind you to be FIERCE about getting what you want in life.
  4. Toddlers don't care if you don't make dinner sometimes; apples and cheese sticks are a perfectly acceptable meal to them, right?
  5. My 3-year old is my last toddler ever, and I'm so thankful for him every day (even if he refuses to potty train).

I hope you and your toddler and family have a wonderful Thanksgiving together.

What's one reason you're thankful for toddlerhood?


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