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    Posted: Jun 10 2014 at 12:27pm
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two year olds around me understand timeout.
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Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

Do you explain to her why she can't bathe when she wants or have the juice that she wants?
Kids are smart, if you engage on conversation with them, they will understand and also improve their vocabulary.
The explanation should be before she starts crying, of course, because it is really difficult to get a kid to understand when they are throwing tantrums.
But like Benni said, she is in the Terrible Two's phase, and you need a lot of patience with her right now.

I've worked with kids, and many parents, when their kids were throwing a tantrum over something, would either continuously speak to them in a soothing tone about WHY they couldn't have or do something, or they would just let them crying, to show them that crying doesn't work. Never give in after you have said no, that's how brats are raised.Ouch


That makes a lot of sense, I do a bit of both.
Her vocabulary for a 2 year old is out of this world, she talks better than her 4 year old cousin.
So I explain to her, but at that time she just doesn't care. 

It must be the terrible twos, and I just have to remember to keep my sanity but not give in because when we do give in she has a little smirk like she knows what shes doing, which is not good.
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Do you explain to her why she can't bathe when she wants or have the juice that she wants?
Kids are smart, if you engage on conversation with them, they will understand and also improve their vocabulary.
The explanation should be before she starts crying, of course, because it is really difficult to get a kid to understand when they are throwing tantrums.
But like Benni said, she is in the Terrible Two's phase, and you need a lot of patience with her right now.

I've worked with kids, and many parents, when their kids were throwing a tantrum over something, would either continuously speak to them in a soothing tone about WHY they couldn't have or do something, or they would just let them crying, to show them that crying doesn't work. Never give in after you have said no, that's how brats are raised.Ouch

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Her dad is pretty light with it. His mom thinks she needs the spankings, talking about a switch.
I was spanked but only one good time I can remember...
My mom doesn't hit her grandchildren I've rarely seen it, unless they get really crazy, the older ones.
So in my house no one get's hit. 
She'll get a pop from me, but I more so believe in just letting her go to her room by herself for a little while, but she just whales, it breaks my heart honestly.

I think she just likes being at home as well, she hasn't been acting up at all since she's been at my parents house & her cousins are all there for the summer, and she has her grandma...

I feel to blame because we don't have our own place and I can tell she just loves her home (at my parents) way more than being anywhere else...


Originally posted by callmeDEva callmeDEva wrote:

I'm going through the "Terrible Twos" as well and my mom says I should spank my son. Me and pops says no. Hell no actually.

I have wanted to swat at him but I noticed it's only when I'm getting really frustrated and impatient. And disciplining when angry is something I've never wanted to do.

When does she act up the most? My little one is a terror when he's sleepy. So making sure he stays on his sleep schedule has helped out. And ignoring him has helped out even more. Once he realizes mama ain't phased, he moves on to something else. Good luck OP.

Same with her mainly when she is tired, she will fight it SOO hard.
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All I know is, I seriously hate the sounds associated with a tantrum. A whining-cry does something to my soul

So, I'll just hope my kids are like me and don't do that sh*t.

I think I'll def read some books on discipline. I need to avoid that sound by any means necessary
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I pop my baby's hands when she gets violent with her tantrums (ie...she throws a tantrum and throws something). Throwing things, hitting people is so not cool. When she throws a nonviolent tantrum, I just carry on and ignore her until she realizes that I'm not going to give in to what she wants.
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2 seems awful young for a spanking
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Is it a reason that the child father discipline more than you???
I mean do you feel guilty when you chastise her???
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