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Aggressive Kids:doesnt listen
2004-06-09
Name: suvarna hi,
my baby will be 2-1/2 yrs old in june..she is fond of me...but at times (since i had a habit of beating her for not listening to me)she juz doesnt want me to come near her...for eg in the middle of the bath she'll say that she will take a bath only from her grand ma...& not me.
thats ok
but what is more bothering me is she simply doesnt go to the toilet to sheet.i tried all the ways like explaining her nicely at times beating....but moment when i'm teling her nicely she'l say ok i'll go next time...but again she just refuses to enter...
she doesnt mind going to the loo for pee but not for sheeting.it becomes very akward position in front of the guests since she sheets anywhere either in the bedroom or sometimes in the hall..
she understands everything & speaks well with everybody & almost everything
but doesnt listen to this particular thing...please give me some tips
thanks
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2005-01-06
#1
Name: priya
Subject:  have patience
hi suvarna,
potty problem is there with almost all kids. my son also had the same problem, by this lying posture i had to find out that he had shitted. only after starting to go to school the habit of potting in the toilet has come.sodont worry.
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2004-09-08
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Name: Testing
Subject:  Testing..
Please ignore
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2004-08-30
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Name: usha
Subject:  Patience and love is all what kids want
Hi,
Beating never resolves any problem, rather makes it complicated. If she is not going to bathroom for potty that means she is not compfortable there, buy a potty for her some nice color and somethng which she can enjoy while using it and whereever you see her doing poopy take the potty there and tell her \"; if you poop in this mommy will give u a nice kiss and hug and a great job sticker or something. Be patient wit hkids they are learning lot of new things and it gets overwhelming for them when it is pressurised on them,
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2004-07-22
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Name: Seema
Subject:  make her understand
Hi
Its a common habit in every child, d'not worry about it.
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2004-06-12
#5
Name: kams
Subject:  art of making her accept
hi swarna ,
not only ur child but every child has this attitude of being adament ok never force anything ,always make habbits through playing with her as a another kid ,kids learn frm us by nature if u tell her a story good baby and bad baby she will follow good baby by nature if u shout to her regarding her mistakes she will repeat everytime to irk u all the best
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2004-06-09
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Name: Mable
Subject:  potty
Habit her to a potty.
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2004-09-08
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Name: Testing
Subject:  Testing..
Testing ..
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