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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Subbing. My DD thinks it is hilarious too - she has jumped off the dining room table before :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    This! Redirect or teach how to do it safely.


    Like when dh taught dd1 how to climb bookshelves at 7mths old.
    I know it seems against the norm, but I have found teaching ds2 also takes the excitement out of the behaviour. He's a rebel, so if he thinks he's doing something naughty he gets super excited and even more reckless. If I show him to do something safely he's much less likely yo hurt himself and also less likely to keep repeating the behaviour, once he's done it with me watching or helping it's like, hmmm that was cool, but I'm gonna go chase the dog now. Ds1 such more sensible and redirection worked well with him.


 

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