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February 27th, 2008, 06:39 AM
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It can be so trying with my grandson at times. I was wondering what everyone does to discipline their kids are their grandkids. Nothing seems to work with Jace. Its so hard when its your grandchild you do not want to do it but its something you have to do.
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February 27th, 2008, 08:29 AM
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Good question!!
When my kids were little they had a "naughty chair" and time outs. There were times that they would get a spankin...like if they ran into the street in front of a car or something. Now that my kids are teens I take things away from them. Like their computer, tv, and their freedom.(grounding).
I know kids are trying and they test their bounderies ALL the time. What works with me is consistance.
And as my family doctor once told me (about my son sleeping in bed with me and my hubby)..."Do you allow him to play in the street?? NO? Then whatever you don't want him doing..treat that as if he is playing in the street and be FIRM about it."
Hope that helps.
~Ang.~
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February 27th, 2008, 09:53 AM
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Do you allow him to play in the street?? NO? Then whatever you don't want him doing..treat that as if he is playing in the street and be FIRM about it."[/b]

That is GREAT advice!
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