Are his molars coming through? My DD can act a little feral when hers are cutting through!
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23-12-2011 16:50 #23Senior Member
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My 2yo DD goes through phases where she has tantrums at bedtime. I find she is just testing her boundaries as it usually lasts a week or do then she's back to being her usual self and is easy to get to bed again. Hopefully it's the same for you.
PS Grapes aren't causing the problem as she doesn't like them!
23-12-2011 18:23 #24
My ds is 5 and is going through one of those phases in the last week or so. We've worked out that constipation is a major problem at the moment and I'm pretty sure it's the reason for his unusually bad behaviour. The point is that he's not feeling 100% but doesn't quite know what's going on or how to explain it, or he feels self-conscious about it and so instead of saying anything he just acts up. It's SO tiring.
Ironically grapes are what fixes his constipation and makes him better - but I've known from early on that I need to limit him to about 8 - 10 grapes a day or he has diarrhoea and a sore tummy.
23-12-2011 18:27 #25
What FOBS said hmm toothpaste eh I didn't know that one, is it the same for kiddy toothpaste?
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23-12-2011 18:58 #26
IMO he's just seeing how far he can push to resist bedtime my DS5 does this all the time n he's on elimination diet and meds
I think There are 3 stages to a tantrum frustration of not being able to voice what they want , anger and then sadness i let my kids go with their tantys until they are done n then comfort them. There's no use trying to calm a child mid tanty as it just stresses u n child
They all go through little phases like this it's just kids.
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