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Need help for 2+ year.

Haimanti
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Feb 06, 2013

I joined this community today and I see a lot of useful discussion among the parents. I am sufferring from may be a common problem with my 2. 4 yrs old son. He gets wild when he see ppl around him. He will have a smile on his face and push ppl, kick them. He is very moody, stubborn. He cant hear no. He goes to kitchen, mix dal, rice, atta together and then when you snatch things from him, he starts crying... Pls help!!!

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Haimanti

| Feb 08, 2013

Yes Indu,we hava a play area in the aprtment where he playes in the evening :)

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Indu

| Feb 07, 2013

Himanti ... don't u worry... we are in the same boat. My son is almost 2 and he is too naughty and sometimes tough to manage, But what I have experienced with my elder daughter that these are phases with child's growth. So wait and you will see the changes :) and one thing more ..if possible try to take him out for playing .. that will release some energy of these little ones ...

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Haimanti

| Feb 07, 2013

Hey nice to see such good suggestions. I am feeling so gud seeing the post from Payal which says he will out grow all these in next 6 months :) @Neetu - He is already going to a play school. And its a montesoori method of teaching so he is encouraged there to play or create things with grocery.. so he tries to apply the same at home and we feel it messy. But I am ready to wait 6 more months to overcome :)

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Neetu Ralhan

| Feb 07, 2013

Hey Haimanti, these little ones know how to get the better of us, dont they! Are you planning to put your little bundle of energy in a play school? That could help since his energies would get a chance to be consumed by things other than mum's groceries :)

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Aashna

| Feb 06, 2013

Hi Haimanti. I agree with the moms above. Saying no and taking things from his hands will upset him more. You may go through the following link on a talk posted by a parent. There are some wonderful suggestions there, which you may find useful too. Here it goes https://www.parentune.com/parent-talk/toddler-discipline/259

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Andrea

| Feb 06, 2013

i agree with Payal, saying no wont help. our kids r very sensitive n they need to be handles with a lot of care. even my son does not react well to no, n crys if things r smatched, instead i show him or give him sumthing much more attractive than wat he already has, n there u go, he is happy. Wish u happy parenting.

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Payal

| Feb 06, 2013

Oh yes it is common. Since your son is just 2 and half, you may be sure he will out grow this in another 6 months hopefully. However, in the meantime, saying "no" will not solve the problem, in fact it might aggravate the problem and your child will just refuse to acknowledge a no. Instead, before you go out or if you are expecting guests, have a talk with him, explaining what you expect from him. If he behaves better, give him a small reward, a kiss or hug. Tell him clearly that the kiss is for him being such a good boy. Dont snatch things from him. Instead change the focus of his attention, by either showing him a favourite toy or tell him you will have a fun game with him elsewhere... that way he will forget what he was doing. Good luck!

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