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I have a two-year-old little boy, and I hear what you're saying! It's so tough to stay on top of keeping him in line, and it drives me crazy when other moms are just letting their kids run wild, doing stuff that my son just got in trouble for. It's impossible to explain to a two-year-old why they can push him down but he can't push them down.By the way, I'm now following you! My mommy blog is: http://up-so-floating.blogspot.com
Great blog! Came across your blog from one of the blog hops, and looking forward to reading more of your stuff. I am now following... feel free to follow back if you like!!!!Stop by my blog to participate in my weekend 6 in 1 blog hop.All the best,Kimhttp://amoroccan-acat-and-my-bigass.blogspot.com/
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Do I have these issues?? OMG YES!!!I have a friend and her daughter is out of control. She thinks that giving her three warnings for each individual offense (1 for hitting, 1 for being loud, 1 for being a brat, that's still just one warning) then threatening a punishment works. HER CHILD IS THE DEVIL.At least I can say she acknowledges her kid did something wrong, but it's just as effective as denying it or blaming both kids!I have a post going up tomorrow about "badass kids".
What a pain! I have been there though. Honestly, I had an issue like this when my son was small. Sadly you can't really offer parenting advice unless you are asked without appearing terribly rude. What you can do is keep your son away from this child as much as possible. Of course birthday parties are kind of unavoidable events. I'm sorry you and especially your son had to deal with that nonsense.