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July 09, 2007

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Aunt Becky

Age two? Not so good. Age three? Even worse.

Julianne

Aunt Becky-

Couldn't agree more, though I'm cautiously optimistic that my daughter will scale both walls in her second year. See. I never learn.

Aunt Becky

it's good to always think of the glass as half full (of good red wine :)

papadale

Didn't you say Sean received a rather large, refillable bottle of Darvon when he had the knee surgery? there you go, two shots of Lynchburg's finest, and a couple of those pills, and she can get her own damn milk!! (You can administer the shots and pills to whomever needs them the most) Not all of anyone's child raising memories are pleasant, that said, good luck, and, with luck, this too will pass.

Marsha

You're making me glad I don't have kids.

Julianne

Aunt Becky-

So true. My glass, unfortunately, is usually half empty. But, as long as it's red wine, I really don't care.

Julianne

Papa Dale-

Nothing could be finer than a Father-In-Law trying to encourage his Daughter-In-Law to turn to drugs and alcohol in order to cope with her own children.

Julianne

Marsha-

That wasn't exactly the intention of the blog but I can certainly understand why you feel that way :)

Tantrum Toddlers Researcher

Child Behavior Modification is so tough. There are moments that yelling at them is not enough. Tantrums in toddlers start when they want something which they cannot get or even when you do what they don't want to.

The best way to deal with toddlers tantrums is to create the best activities that are fun and educational. You have to remember that at this is the stage, child adopts all things that happen around him. This is also the best time to allow your child into different activities.

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