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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Thanks guys I'm glad to hear its not just my son!
    I will keep redirecting him and hope soon he will understand what no means.

    It's hard my dh is parenting like his parents did him which was very strict. And it just makes me feel sorry for ds and I go give mummy cuddles so its probably confusing him too!
    He is at daycare now so now I wish he was home to open the freezer haha
    This might be useful for your DH - I showed it to my DH, Witwicky posted it ages ago and it really rang true for me.

    http://www.naturalchild.org/jan_hunt/misunderstand.html

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    Also babies that young have not developed their memory properly, so even though you say "dont touch, that is hot" etc, they will forget shortly after that they are not allowed to touch something or that something is hot. The best option is distraction and child proofing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    This might be useful for your DH - I showed it to my DH, Witwicky posted it ages ago and it really rang true for me.

    http://www.naturalchild.org/jan_hunt/misunderstand.html
    Love that article!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Love that article!
    Same! It's such a good reminder for us all.


 

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