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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Thanks, I might download the book on my iPad. DD is at this very moment serving her 3rd time out in a row in her bedroom for hitting me! She just keeps whacking me! We really need to get on top of this...

    ETA I'm 10wks pregnant so I really want to get the hitting sorted before the baby arrives.
    Try taking away favorite toys ans explaining why it's going. Tell her when shw stops hitting she gets it back using a reward chart doe every day she doesn't hit

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    I do my own version of 1,2,3 and then it's time out.

    It worked really well for our 4 yr old, but our 2 yr old still hasn't figured out that he needs to stop repeating the bad behavior. But we will persist. He has a knack of hitting us too.


 

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