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Reina S. Weiner reading her recent book, "Strong From the Start - Raising Confident and Resilient Kids"

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Comment by Reina S. Weiner on September 17, 2012 at 5:56pm

My friend's daughter - not three yet - isn't toilet trained.  Fortunately, mom is not pulling her hair out because she remembered what we talked about years ago - DON'T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF!  She'll definitely be trained by the time she gets married!  Seriously, she'll begin to show signs of physical and emotional readiness soon and she'll practically toilet train herself.  Don't worry about what the "other" kids are doing.  Your child will accomplish goals in her own time. 

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