Answer by cielo1 at 11:35 PM on Jan. 29, 2009
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Answer by mrs.blankenship at 12:33 AM on Jan. 30, 2009
We don't necessarily discipline her. When she gets into something that she shouldn't, we tell her not to touch that. If she doesn't move, we walk over, make eye contact, say no, and then move her away from it. When she throws a tantrum, we ignore her. Let her work out her anger. When she is ready to calm down she usually comes to find us and usually wants to be held. I think the most important thing is to not give in when LO demands something. And to stay clam. Kids at this age will reflect the moods of the people around them.
Why do you have to discipline? What is she doing wrong?
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