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*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting Danielle Jenson:" I feel your pain! I have a three year old who is going thru his terrible twos and plus I think he is ... [snip!] ... knows when I use a certain tone mommy is at her limits and he usually will back off for a little to make me relax! Good luck!"


yeah my son knows, too. but he still don't ease up, he starts crying for Mammar (Mammaw...) which when SHE punishes him... it's "I want mama!" lol. I have had to make him to to his room and scream and cry it out, but sometimes it just doesn't work because he keeps yelling stuff at me... I get (the proper word would be butthurt?) upset easily... like, you can say bless you wrong and I'm in tears. idk why, that's just how I've ALWAYS been and it's worse with pregnancy. and idk why. but I'm def tryin to find other ways. I'll have to try that even more. definitely.

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
Dec 17th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Angeleyes1372:</b>" yeah my son knows, too. but he still don't ease up, he starts crying for Mammar (Mammaw...) which when ... [snip!] ... and it's worse with pregnancy. and idk why. but I'm def tryin to find other ways. I'll have to try that even more. definitely."</blockquote>




You sit there and get pissed when i say you have tantrums yet you sit here and admit that you get butthurt when your kid yells shit at you from his room. You get butthurt by a 4yo. He rules your world so you throw fits. I feel bad for him.

*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 17th '12
Quoting *J*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Angeleyes1372:</b>" yeah my son knows, too. but he still don't ... [snip!] ... your kid yells shit at you from his room. You get butthurt by a 4yo. He rules your world so you throw fits. I feel bad for him."

You know what? I didn't post this to get shit from other people, I posted it asking for help. Yes, I get a little irritated and hurt by what my child says... but it doesn't mean I throw a temper tantrum. Are you here when he acts how he does? I don't think so... so before you judge, don't. I'm not perfect, I'm human. I don't throw "tantrums" in front of my child. Never have, and never will. But I do get mad at some of the stuff he does. Big big BIG difference.

*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 17th '12

I am not here to start drama, or have some other people trying to start shit with me talking shit. All I wanted was some tips, not shit talk about me and stuff y'all are all assuming. Seriously. So, I've made a few mistakes... are YOU perfect? Are YOU the one who can pass judgment on me?? I do NOT think so... so before you decide to try to pass a judgment on me, don't. Because you don't even KNOW me. :)

lilsoph 2 kids; 1 angel baby; somewhere, MI, United States 4535 posts
Dec 18th '12

i think you need to take a step back and re evaluate your discipline methods. Not because you spank but because it is obviously not working. I have had days of pulling my hair out, my son is on the autism spectrum and some days there is a lot of screaming at my house. I have had to readjust my discipline methods when it doesn't seem like it is working.
Have you tried positive reinforcement? a reward chart? that may be what he needs, different things work for different children. Also i get the impression that he is feeding off of you, when you get upset he does worse

*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 18th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting lilsoph:</b>" i think you need to take a step back and re evaluate your discipline methods. Not because you spank but ... [snip!] ... things work for different children. Also i get the impression that he is feeding off of you, when you get upset he does worse"</blockquote>




And that is why I'm askin for tips. I know it's not working. :-/ I'm gonna try a few different things and see how they work.

lilsoph 2 kids; 1 angel baby; somewhere, MI, United States 4535 posts
Dec 18th '12
Quoting Angeleyes1372:" <blockquote><b>Quoting lilsoph:</b>" i think you need to take a step back and re evaluate ... [snip!] ... And that is why I'm askin for tips. I know it's not working. :-/ I'm gonna try a few different things and see how they work."


i am sorry i did not read all the comments, was just offering my insight :)
Try some kind of reward chart or jar, something positive ^.^

*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 18th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting lilsoph:</b>" i am sorry i did not read all the comments, was just offering my insight :) Try some kind of reward chart or jar, something positive ^.^"</blockquote>



Lol thanks for the insight though.

Katelyn TTC♥ TTC since Jan 2013; 1 child; Nauvoo, Alabama 1482 posts
Dec 20th '12
My son gets really ill when hes really tired and exhausted.. sometimes I dont even realize hes that exhausted..
*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Dec 20th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Brayden Todd's Mommy:</b>" "</blockquote>




Yeah Daniel does, too. Poor kid.

Motherhood: So worth it 1 child; 2 angel babies; N.P., Oh, United States 618 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting i made a vagina.:" Find out WHY he's acting out. WHY he isn't behaving. at 4...he can communicate his wants and needs. ... [snip!] ... wants and needs. Has he been getting adequate outside play lately? my kids act up when they're bored & have built up energy."

THIS! i know my DS really really acts up during mid-winter & mid-summer b/c activities outside become a bit more limited... other than that my pedi said you just have to keep doing the correction over & over... hard, i know but it does get better!