At a friends house this weekend, my 2 year old took a ball from his 3 year old. She hit him in the eye. No crying, no marks, he comes and tells me. I ask her to apologize and she refuses. We go and tell her dad, who responds by telling her that I am an adult and she needs to do as I ask. Great. Then he turns to me and lets me know that she was just doing what she's been taught to do. He has 2 toddlers and the tattling was too much so his girls have to taught that if something takes something from you, you hit them. Okaaayyy. My question is, given that I'm not comfortable telling my 2 year old to hit her back, how do I handle this if it happens again?
Answer by mainemusicmaker at 6:39 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
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Answer by getrealmama at 10:58 PM on Sep. 20, 2010
I guess you'll just have to keep an eye on your child the entire time you are over there so your child doesn't get hit.
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