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Last edited by JR03; 04-03-2016 at 18:49.
In the end it was easier if I asked what plate/bowl/cup they wanted, how they want their sandwich cut etc.
But I also think that trying to negotiate with a tantruming toddler is pointless 99% of the time as they're just so unreasonable at the best of times without throwing a tantrum in the mix.
If they know that's how they get your undivided doting attention then that's what they'll do to get it. When I walk away, my kids calm down and then we discuss it amicably.
My kids still have tantrums, sure but they are very short lived and usually because they are tired or hungry.
Last edited by HollyGolightly81; 04-03-2016 at 19:18.
Sometimes our kids are not going to like the way we deal with things and that's ok.
And also, I'm just highlighting what worked for me, but I had 4 yo, 2 yo and newborn so as already has been pointed out, it's different when you only have 1 child.
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