Wordless Wednesday – Tantrums

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Tantrums – not just at two!

 

and yes…I will listen to any advice that you offer!

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3 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Tantrums

  1. Robin says:

    Do you ever use a timer? I’ve found that a timer makes transitions much easier for my 3 yr-old. So if we are going to eat dinner soon I might say, “Luke. It’s almost time for dinner. I’m going to set the timer for 3 minutes. When it goes off, it will be time to eat. You can play until the timer goes off, but then I expect you to come to the dinner table.” It takes a few times to get them use to it, but now he rarely throws a tantrum as long as I use it (he is a bit OCD due to his disability so that might be why it works so well). It couldn’t hurt to try though. It does get old sometimes, but we use it for most transitions and it has eliminated the majority of tantrums :)

  2. Mel says:

    WOW. Is that what is going on in your house tonight? Looks like fun!!!! :(

  3. Oh sweet mama :) Hang in there! LOL (sorry not laughing AT you but WITH you!) I have soooo been there – and still am!! XO

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