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November 28th, 2011, 05:20 PM
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Does your baby yell? How do you get them to stop??

Sadie yells a lot.. Especially when we're out to eat and there is a lot going on around her. Its so loud you can hear her across the whole resturaunt. I try to just ignore her, but Jim believes in discipline at this age. When we're at home he will stearnly say NO, smack her hand (lightly) and put her in her crib for time out. I don't think she understands, and I hate that he does that, but I don't know what to do. She picked it up from my niece Liz, and does it all the time now.

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November 29th, 2011, 09:06 AM
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I just read someplace (one of my baby emails I'm sure) that at this age - they will learn that if they ignore you - they can keep on going. So telling her no over and over again, won't necessarily work. Get her in position to look her in the eyes, and then tell her not to do it in a firm voice. "DON'T SCREAM SADIE" - and then when she stops - praise her up and down "Yay Sadie!! Great job!!!" Smile - clap - make a big deal. And hope she doesn't start screaming with delight... lol

I obviously don't have the experience - being a first time mother myself - I can only go off of what I read.

I hope you figure something out! I hate the feeling that I am the mother in the restaurant with the noisy baby. But - all these years without a child - I've had to endure it myself plenty of times!!
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November 29th, 2011, 07:26 PM
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Alyssa yells a lot to. In fact her and Tyler have yelling "contests" so it seems. I think its pretty cute. However when they get out of hand or do it in places they shouldnt I distract them and they stop. Alyssa has this thing where she screams mama and if I dont pick her up she does a high pitch scream it hurts my ears
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November 30th, 2011, 01:29 PM
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I don't think our little ones are at an age where they can truly willfully disobey. I think at this age, the only appropriate discipline is to redirect them away from what you don't want them doing. I find that Natalie is so easy to distract that you don't have to truly discipline her. I can change the tone of my voice and get her attention.

I hate to be debbie downer but it concerns me that Jim thinks physical discipline of Sadie is appropriate. And time outs are supposed to be one minute for each year of age. So you leave Sadie in her crib for less than a minute? Not especially effective, I imagine?
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November 30th, 2011, 01:54 PM
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I don't think our little ones are at an age where they can truly willfully disobey. I think at this age, the only appropriate discipline is to redirect them away from what you don't want them doing. I find that Natalie is so easy to distract that you don't have to truly discipline her. I can change the tone of my voice and get her attention.

I hate to be debbie downer but it concerns me that Jim thinks physical discipline of Sadie is appropriate. And time outs are supposed to be one minute for each year of age. So you leave Sadie in her crib for less than a minute? Not especially effective, I imagine?
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