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How many times do you tell a child no, no, not to do something?

my daughter just tests me the she does it anyway.

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janeq123

Asked by janeq123 at 3:49 PM on Sep. 10, 2010 in General Parenting

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  • Over a dozen, my daughter loves to test me as well
    mommy_of_two388

    Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 3:50 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • about....1000. And he still does it while staring at me with a smile on his face.
    jolee0222

    Answer by jolee0222 at 3:51 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • My Son only listens when he feels like it. LOL.
    Misteh

    Answer by Misteh at 3:51 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • Well I tend to say it more than I should. But after a min you getting a spanking for being hard headed or time out. Mine tries me too. I get the but i dont want too
    Sky_Mom

    Answer by Sky_Mom at 3:52 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • Only once. My sons learned they had no second chance. I didn't believe in the "do it before I count to three" or "You get three chances." game. By doing this it teaches them that they don't have to obey for that long. If they didn't understand why I told them something, they were able to ask and we'd discussed it.
    Bmat

    Answer by Bmat at 3:52 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • I think that's the only word in my vocab. haha
    Chell.o_0

    Answer by Chell.o_0 at 3:56 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • About twice, maybe three times. Then I let them face the consequences when they decide to do it anyway! That usually works a heck of a lot better than me hollering at them.
    aliceryannesmom

    Answer by aliceryannesmom at 3:57 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • As many times as necessary and it's as annoying as heck.
    firenicecream

    Answer by firenicecream at 4:26 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

  • once! The second time is a time out, if you cotinue after that you go to bed!
    JoLee12345

    Answer by JoLee12345 at 9:09 PM on Sep. 10, 2010

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