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    Quote Originally Posted by bohogirls View Post
    Firstly, my son does feed himself but sometimes he needs you to put the fork or spoon up the right way etc and both my partner and I have been feeding him so I got a surprise when he was grabbing at DS's nose. DS was already irritable so he didn't get hold of him.I understand that everyone is learning but I thought there are things that you know that you don't do - like leave your kid in a car with the windows wound up.We have always agreed that our style would be Firm but fair, which is how I was raised but lately he's taken to being tyrannical saying things like 'my house my rules' and says I'm too soft
    Yeah but leaving your child in the car and holding a child's nose so he/she can open their mouth are two different things. One can lead to death and the other... Won't.
    I just don't see it as that much of a big deal. If DH did that, I'd tell him nicely & we'd laugh about it later on.
    I just feel that it's better to choose your battles. Men need encouragement as well sometimes : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarSkull View Post
    Yeah but leaving your child in the car and holding a child's nose so he/she can open their mouth are two different things.
    Did you read my comment after hers? Lol SNAP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Did you read my comment after hers? Lol SNAP!
    Hahaha now I did! Great minds think alike ; )

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    OP I totally get where you're coming from - if it frightened you and worse your baby then that's awful. It sounds to me that the way you described it he was being quite harsh and even nasty by doing that. If anyone, including DS's dad did that to DS to try to force him to eat I would walk up and slap them. How awful! And the 'my house my rules ' is an ogre and cruel thing to say too.

    You need to let him know how disturbed you (obviously and rightfully) were by that aggressive behaviour and hopefully it ends there. Your feelings are valid!

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    ^ Completely agree, honestly to me that is harsh behaviour at best and I would feel the same way you do OP, had my partner done that to our little girl. I would be worried about his temper/lack of patience. Having said that, learning to parent together is a hard road, stay resilient and communicate well, have a laugh now and then and it should work out ok.


 

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