Time out questions
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June 26th, 2013, 07:09 AM
Join Date: Jul 2007
Hmmm... Sometimes, I just tell him that after the bath (or whatever) he's got his timeout. Not ideal. Not every situation is going to be a great lesson learned moment for them.
If he spits at the grocery store, I make him hold his tongue for a minute and he doesn't like that. Creative things like this could help for the moment.
The way our house is set up, we have one time out spot and he knows where it is. It's in his room, but in the corner without toys and where I can see him. He's a pretty sensitive, smart little guy so it doesn't take much for him to figure out what he did wrong and correct it.
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