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    Default High maintenance toddler = problem teen?

    DD 2 is super high maintenance, it's her way or the high way.
    If she doesn't get her way in the mall for example she would scream non stop and lay in the floor and scream. She could go on for hours.
    She's very physical too, if she doesn't get what she wants she would hit things, throw things, hit DS and screams.
    I am now worried that she's going to turn out to be a problem teen

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    My goodness I hope not! My 4yr old DD already has the attitude of a teenager so I'm dreading the teenage years. She sounds similar to your DD with the screaming and acting out physically.

    Fingers crossed our DD's turn into wonderful, sweet & kind teenagers

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    Not so far for me.

    All my teens have been great so far.

    Teach them when they are young what is and isn't ok.

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    Gee I hope not - I have 3 needy daughters!

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