How shall I maintain my baby discipline n good manner n to take my words n she is very arrogant she never take my words which I tell her to do please help me how to treat my child to being arrogant n how to teach her good manner which I need my child to be and how to communicate with my child and how to treat her I won't to b a friendly mother with please give respond for my question And I won't her to be successful in her life and I won't her to handle her Mickey which I can't do I won't to give her good things n and I won't my child to b perfect baby n not to b and arrogant child iand I won't her to teach good habit n to b friendly with percents and to take her father words and a respectful child which we want and learned good things and to achieved everything in life And a avoid daughter which I won't and I really don't like when she become arrogant for something she must understand the thing which we tell her and she must understand our problems which we tells her and to b a loving and carrying daughter we love her so much only the thing is that some time she becomes rude and arrogant with us and she is good in activities n and studies help us how to improve our child and how to communicate with parents thanks

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Dear Deepa, There is no perfect parent nor a perfect child. Each child is unique. You have to create the environment for her to thrive and learn. Children do as we do. When you say arrogant what exactly are you meaning? If you choose to listen to you then she will also listen. At this age she would be clear about her likes and dislikes. Are you offering her choices? Are you paying complete attention to her? It is important that you build your communication with her. Treating her as an individual and not as a baby would help. Respect her individuality. Often we do thinking that it is the best. But is it what our child needs or wants? Play with her. TAlk to her. Share stories. Ignore tantrums. It is ok if she cries or puts up resistance. Walk away from the room and come back to her later. Explain why you ignored her tantrum. Give her only what is needed and not what is demanded. Do read these for better understanding https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-engaged-are-you-with-your-children/2611

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