Wow she's not even 2 yet and already throw's tantrums..It is kinda funny but, I don't laugh she goes down to the floor really soft and rolls around and starts crying.. Not just falling out hard on the floor like I have seen other children do. how do you discipline a toddler..Time out don't seem to work because she don't understand.. taking away toy's don't work because she can entertain herself..Awww and when she know's she's in trouble she tries to give us kisses..and I have to take her kisses.. What do I do? she is just to cute.
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Answer by Piskie at 4:50 AM on Mar. 14, 2011
I remember when my son used to throw tantrums they would get so bad that one day I finally said "See this mouth, it is bigger then yours and I can scream louder than you. If you don't stop I am going to scream." We he didn't stop and I just looked at him and screamed at the top of my lungs. He was so surprised to hear me scream that he never did it again. It was very funny. I would also ignore him, I would tell him if he needs to help with something come to me don't just lay on the floor and cry.
I am not sure that punishing her for this behavior is the best way to go. She is more than likely frustrated because she can't do something she wants to.
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