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I am active member on the March 2013 DDC Board..and have yet to go to many other forums on just mommies but decided I'd come in here because my son is a toddler and I have a question...My son is 2 years old..he will be 3 in August. It seems like this boy hurts himself ONCE a day! He is always jumping from stuff, fighting with his sister, and doing anything he can just to be destructive. Everyone keeps telling me he acts like this because he is a boy. Does anyone else have a child who behaves like this? If so how do you control it or discipline them? My daughter never behaved like this.
I think, you should correct him as early as possible. My nephew were the same but when their behavior are correct as early as it had start they won't continue it. However; if this act is ignored the kid will think that you agree or it is okay with you to do that so he will eventually continue doing it. I only have 1 daughter but I can say this because of my 2 nephews and they are totally destructive throwing things when they don't get want they want. Why, I allow it.. their parents is around and just let it so the kid always do it..these are being copied by my DD and when she is starting to copy these things I stop her as soon as I see it, and she listens. Hope this helps!
My son is definitely like that when he was that age. He always hurt his girl cousin since we live in the same house. Up until now that he is already 4, but the incidents of hurting lessen since he is already schooling and he understands a little everytime I tell him not to do bad things.