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Thread: another temper tantrum.

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    another temper tantrum.

    This one is my favorite. haaa
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpSfThUv_pc


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    I can soooo see my youngest grandson doing this! He's at the age where he throws a fit about everything! Last night he wanted a breakfast bar but didn't want me to open it...threw a fit so I didn't open it...then he threw a fit because it wasn't open! It's a good thing God made 2 yrs olds so cute cuz they sure aren't fun sometimes!
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    That's really funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    That's hilarious!!! thanks for sharing!

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    You just made my day....while I'm watching my 2yr. old DGD!
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    I'm a retired college professor and I taught teachers how to handle behavior problems. A resource I used was the Iris Center at Vanderbilt University. They had this listed as a behavioral resource! It is hilarious! When I first saw it, it reminded me d my now 5 year old grandson!

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    To funny. Have to give him credit for trying. Bet he slept well after that.

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    Too funny .. had a daughter who did that .. amazing how she never grew out of it .. LOL Just teasing honey.. LOL
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    It amazes me that the 'adult in charge' never seems to think of the obvious: A spanking. It teaches children self-control and respect for others.
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    ohhhhh they learn manipulation soooo young. I would say in this case...Fella, how's it working for you?

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    This one was so funny. I sent the link to all the young parents in our family. I know they will enjoy it.

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    Saw this one on AFV. Kid would get a major time out. Quite annoying!. My kids never got to throw tantrums and I also didn't beat them. I just told them they were acting in an ugly manner. Dr. Spock and I never met. I knew many who raised their kids on Spock's books and can't stand to be around their kids. they are the most ill-behaved people. I avoid them at all possibilities.

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    I was told by my mother that I had a tantrum one time in a store and got sprinkled with cold water. Never had another on and that was over 70+ yrs ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linhawk View Post
    This one is my favorite. haaa
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpSfThUv_pc
    I love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandme26 View Post
    I was told by my mother that I had a tantrum one time in a store and got sprinkled with cold water. Never had another on and that was over 70+ yrs ago.
    I was put under a cold shower as well...it works...

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    Too funny!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    It amazes me that the 'adult in charge' never seems to think of the obvious: A spanking. It teaches children self-control and respect for others.
    Clearly ignoring the temper tantrum works in this video, so why would an adult want to spank?

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