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    Lol I missed the funniest one
    Throw yourself on the floor and throw a bigger whammy than they do, it confuses them then tell them how silly it is and that's nots how to behave its good fun lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    When we arrive somewhere in the car, someone will go to get her out of her seat, and she'll object and nominate a different person to get her out. She'll scream every time anyone she didn't nominate goes near her, and refuse to get out until her nominated person assists her.

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    This is what DS also does, its not only the car seat it includes pressing play on a movie, getting him a drink, taking him to the toilet etc etc

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    Yes, exactly. When I read your post on your thread I knew we were dealing with the same problem, where normal discipline doesn't work because it is all the time and we really dont want to be chastising our little ones, all the time.

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    And to provide a light at the end of the tunnel, we seem to be coming out the other side now. The phase lasted about six or seven weeks all the time but now there are lots of good times in between.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleTime View Post
    You forgot the the 'don't look at me' 'go away, I don't like you' & my fave of all time '*slams door* get out of my way, I'm going to my room'.
    All comes from my almost 3yo's.
    I cant help but laugh right now reading this, as you have just described my 3yo daughter. I am literally going crazy with the x10 melt downs over everything which has been mentioned. From what she is/isn't having for breaky, what song is played on the radio, doesn't want a pillow, doesn't want a blanket, dad can't dry me has to be mum agghhh I'm now 8wks with #2 and shi**ing myself that I am stuck with this defiant unruly child with a newborn on the way. Today I told her she was testing my patience, to be told that no mum your testing my patience. What The?


 

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