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    I'd hazard a guess that you took it away from him @VicPark.

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    Depends on the mood I was in at the time- 9 out of 10 times when my 2 year old does this, I give her a warning, clean it up and if she does it again she loses the drink. If its been one of THOSE days where I got it just to shut her up after yet another tantrum filled day, I would just tell her to stop half a$$ed and ignore her because im too tired to deal with the fall out of taking it off her.

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    I would tell my dd off, take it away, if she apologised she would get to the keep the drink, any more messing around it would be gone.

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    It had been a long day and I said something like "no. Now you've made a mess. Cino is going in the bin " and threw it in the bin right in front of him. Probably should have given him a warning but it was a pretty big spit of milk that sprayed quite far. Ds1 was asleep in the pram about 10 minutes later...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    It had been a long day and I said something like "no. Now you've made a mess. Cino is going in the bin " and threw it in the bin right in front of him. Probably should have given him a warning but it was a pretty big spit of milk that sprayed quite far. Ds1 was asleep in the pram about 10 minutes later...
    Probably would have done the same thing VP. We all have those days. Hipw tomorrow is a better one for you

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