Equal Parts Saintly Cherub and Demanding Emperorâ€“ Who Is This Child Formerly Known As Your Baby?Faster than a speeding bulletâ€¦Is it Superman? Nope, just your high-energy toddler, keeping life interestingâ€“and mom on the run! Once, you dreamed of the day your precious baby would walk and talk. Now, you are constantly dragging your child out of the dogâ€™s dish, making up answers to unanswerable questions (â€śWhy, Mom, why?â€ť), and engaging in power struggles with the worldâ€™s most adorable 25-pound dictator. Do other mothers of toddlers have days like this? You bet your sweet potty chair they do! Here are veteran momsâ€™ stories and from-the-trenches advice on what works when dealing with the often challenging, always entertaining one- and two-year-old crowd, including:â€˘ What to do when your tot glues himself to your leg for no apparent reason (other than to yell)â€˘ Toys to boost your toddlerâ€™s brillianceâ€“including freebies sheâ€™ll love most of allâ€˘ Taking the â€śtoilâ€ť out of toilet training (it is rocket science, no matter what your mother-in-law says)â€˘ Tantrum-tamers you can use from the mall to your motherâ€™s houseâ€˘ Getting your toddler to eat more orange and green (gummy worms donâ€™t count)â€˘ Ping pong prayers and other ways to connect Junior to GodHere at last is the help youâ€™ve been longing for: a hilarious but practical bimonthly guide to surviving, enjoyingâ€“and laughing your way throughâ€“the exhausting, crazy-busy, glorious toddler years.