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    Sounds like my little man too.

    I don't think he is naughty, he just doesn't understand everything. Sometimes I think people forget that he isn't even 2 yet, the expectations on him not to be 'naughty' are so high! He's only little! That doesn't mean that I don't try to discipline him, but I also hate it when people say he's naughty because really, he only plays up majorly if he's tired. At other times he just doesn't understand the consequences of what he is doing.

    It can be very trying at times though!

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    thanks for the replies, i was really beginning to think i was doing something wrong but a lot of the advice given is things im currently doing, maybe i am just expecting too much of her. im an ex childcare worker and at work i could apply all these techniques to some of my spirited children and most times saw results, GOD its so different when its your own child. her diet is well balanced lots of fresh fruit and veg, meat, dairy and of course special treats in moderation. she sure does make my day interesting and she is really funny and loving and very very determined!!! i think im just going to have to try harder with the redirection.


 

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