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    13 years old and still going strong here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderstorm View Post
    My DS is 3y & 4months and he started the 3 yr old terrors around his 3rd bday.
    He is still being a terror now, so we are still waiting.

    He didn't have the 2yr terrors though, he was pretty good at 2.
    Same with our ds, dh and I thought we had escaped the terrible 2's but..... He turned 3 and got a baby brother and it started, we had 5 mths of it and it was horrid to the point I thought there was something really wrong with him but now he is 3.5yrs and we have our angel back

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    Ha....

    Terrible 2's
    Traumatic 3's
    F**kin' 4's

    After that they seem to come good

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    I am having mega meltdown dramas with my 2.75 DS. Every school run with my DD I see all the other siblings of similar age sitting nicely with mum doing puzzles or reading books, while my ds is either pulling things off the wall, shelf, desk, anywhere reachable, screaming on the floor, in my arms kicking/screaming/hitting or running away laughing his head off. When he screams its high pitched "I'm being murdered" screaming and is so embarrassing. I dread the school run now. At home I do timeout which works well, but outside the home is a nightmare. HELP!!!

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    Dd's trantrums started at 2 as well. Then there were the 3yr old tantrums. And then the 4yr old trantrums. Now she has the school aged prep nagging syndrome. Lol sorry to say they havnt seemed to end. There are times when it's easier or better but with different ages and stages there are different types of tantrums. I've never given in to them but she still tries.

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    I would like to know when they top. My Oldest daughter has tantrums almost every couple of hours. And shes 3!

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    My dd is 13 and still has tantrums...


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    3 and a half was when my ds stopped them completely. I think once he learnt he wouldn't get his own way by having a tantram he was more excepting.

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    when they move out of home

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    id love to know too! for some people i think never!


 

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