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April 30th, 2013, 03:00 PM
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I've tried the "when it's gone, it's gone" approach but it doesn't quite work for my 2 and 4 year olds. My daughter, who is 8, makes great choices. But the littles can't be trusted. My 4 year old especially- but he also has other issues. I think he might have ADHD, and he's either eating, moving furniture around my house, trying to eat, drawing on a wall or something, stealing food, or tearing something apart. He managed to get his hands on a jar of peanut butter today (I accidently left it out on the counter). He ate half of it, then smeared the rest of it in the carpet in his room with his tonka truck. So yeah. Locks. HUGE padlocks.
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