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    Default Hair pulling.

    My 1 year old dd2 is a hair puller.

    She grabs fistfuls of her big sisters hair.

    How can I make her stop?

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    Chop DD1s hair off? Lol joking

    Tie DD1s hair up and just keep telling DD2 No hair is not for pulling (distract her). She is probably doing it for fun cheeky thing I'm sure she likes the reaction? If so you have to make the reaction not so fun.

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    She seems to do it when dd1 has a toy she wants.

    She has worked out that if she pulls Sophie's hair, Sophie cries, drops toy and gets a cuddle.

    I move Sam away and tell her "No", but seconds later she is playing with whatever Sophie just dropped.

    Cheeky miss!

    Lol at Sophie with a buzz-cut!

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    Maybe take the toy with DD1 while she gets a cuddle?

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    try keeping hair out of your baby's reach, that's the only cure.


 

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