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    Default 3yr old behaviour

    Just searching the net for some desperately needed help with DS's current behaviour and found this. Laughed so hard I nearly pee'd myself. When does this compliant child emerge, I'm not seeing any sign of him yet. Please let it be true


    http://www.askdrsears.com/topics/par...r-old-behavior

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    I'm with you there, I'm pretty sure I need new knickers after laughing so hard!!

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    what behaviour is yours showing?

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    Yeah um just no!!!! I found 3 worse than 2 with my DS1. He had an attitude the size of Mt Everest and finally came good around 6ish. DS2 is just about to turn 3 and his behaviour is on the decline. Sorry Dr Sears 3 is worse than 2 here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjaturtle View Post
    what behaviour is yours showing?
    The main things at the moment is not listening when spoken to & constantly touching things he knows not to.

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    I can so relate to this! 3 was definitely worse than 2 for my ds and so far 4 is even worse!!!

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    Bahahaha!

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    Mm interesting. Ds1 went through a difficult stage in the 3's but ds2 didn't. I didn't have any issues with either in the 2's.

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    I'm personally ignoring all of your comments and taking what Dr Sears says as gospel to get me through the next 2.5 months until DD is 3 and turns into the dream child he speaks of! 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I'm personally ignoring all of your comments and taking what Dr Sears says as gospel to get me through the next 2.5 months until DD is 3 and turns into the dream child he speaks of! ������
    Good luck with that!!

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