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thisunrest India 10364 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting AmberlBurke:</b>" thank u for some actual input ... all I've been trying to explain is i don't know how to handle several ... [snip!] ... ... so some actual input would be appreciated .. its the boys constant arguing and fighting that I'm finding hard to handle"</blockquote>




I guess they're trying to find a new pecking order, so to speak. Maybe explaining the rules to them in a way a two-year-old would understand and also explaining the consequences. Constistantly executing both punishments and rewards for good behavior would be a great start but you'll need to get your SO and MIL-to-be on board.



And if your child was in daycare would you approve of the teacher letting him "fight it out" with another kid? If not, there's your answer. Good luck !

FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 27047 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting Just Ames:" What does this have to do with your 2 year old? OMG :lol: I can't believe you work(ed) in a place to guide and teach children."


This. To write "n" instead of "and," seriously, gtfo you don't deserve to be in education.

Maia's Mama 1 child; Washington 283 posts
1st Nov '12

Where exactly did you go to school for this alleged degree/certification in early childhood education?



Your grammar, spelling, style and frequent butchering of common phrases/figures of speech gives me the impression that you wouldn't pass freshman comp.

AmberlBurke Due April 23; 1 child; Oshkosh, Wisconsin 48 posts
1st Nov '12

my soon to be mother in law has the feeling that i should let it go and not say anything and its not to just this situation its to many situations when it comes to the kids .. if i could explain her to u guys i definitely would but she doesnt even allow her own son to parent is kids she is attempting to work on it but i feel that its going to be a long process. Through my education that many people feel the need to question i was taught repeating the steps is how u enforce "discipline" so i did repeatedly pull them away from each other and told them they couldnt hit and kick eachother.
AND for you grammar nazis .. its the f**king internet i didn't know i was on the job or back in school where i had to be completely proper get over it if you're really here to criticize me get a f**king life this is me asking for advice and obviously you're just here because you have nothing better to do ... so if you dont have advice gtfo

That Girl. 2 kids; Florida 4109 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting AmberlBurke:" my soon to be mother in law has the feeling that i should let it go and not say anything and its not ... [snip!] ... me asking for advice and obviously you're just here because you have nothing better to do ... so if you dont have advice gtfo"


Well you can't throw around saying you have an education, then spell like shit, and completely have shitty grammar :) Well you can but you see what happens.

FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 27047 posts
1st Nov '12
Quoting That Girl.:" Well you can't throw around saying you have an education, then spell like shit, and completely have shitty grammar :) Well you can but you see what happens."


This. I also love the "but this is the internet!" line. Speak/type with conviction and intelligence. If you can't do that, no one will take you seriously.



Shit, even if someone wrote a grammatical mess because of a lack of education, I'd excuse them. Conviction goes a long way.



But when you write "n" instead of "and," well that is plain f**king stupidity. No conviction at all.