HELP my 2 old year old daughter is out of control

Hollie - posted on 03/03/2016 ( 5 moms have responded )

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She doesnt listen to a Word i say. She was in dcfsfor a while and now she doesnt think she has to listen to a Word i say. Can someone help me please

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Hollie - posted on 03/04/2016

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Before she was due to come home I took parenting classes and a parent coach class. I've tried the strategies and it's very unaffected.

Hollie - posted on 03/04/2016

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Thank you for your response. I've tried to timeout I put her in my sons crib. She just cries saying let me out. When I asked her if she's going to be a good girl she tells me know and if the voice. She was in dcfs for reasons I had no control over at the moment. I am getting returned home for her on the 9th. I was getting her for 5 days a week and she would go back to the foster parent for the other two days. I believe the foster parent that was taking care of her just let her do whatever that she felt she wanted to do. Now I have to redirect her and teach her the right way. But I feel she thinks she doesn't have to listen to me or anyone for that matter. I've tried speaking her lightly on the bottom and she laughs at me. So that doesn't work, time out doesn't work. And I can't find any kind of help a therapy or a behavioral class in my area. I realized she's only two she'll be 3 in July. I know if I don't fix it now I'll regret it later.

Hollie - posted on 03/04/2016

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The reason is irrelevant but I've already taken parenting classes, and parent coach classes

Kimberly - posted on 03/03/2016

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Set her down, look her straight in the eyes, and tell her "If you do not listen, I will (put you in time out, take your favorite toy, ect.)" if she starts screaming at you, like my cousin's children USE to do, set her in a chair and show her. My parents use to spank me as a child. I don't know if that would be a route for you, but that's what some parents do. I'm not suggesting it, to be clear. Hope things go your way. God bless you and your daughter.

Jodi - posted on 03/03/2016

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She's 2. 2 year olds don't know right from wrong yet - that's your role - to teach her. Why was she in DCFS? Maybe some parenting classes may be helpful?

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