Jennifer - posted on 02/07/2013 ( 1 mom has responded )
My 9-month-old son is a very good kid. His behavior is great. But when I say no or that he can't touch something, about 50% of the time he cries. He still listens, but he cries. He doesn't throw a huge tantrum, but the crying lasts for about five to ten seconds (and he is an extremely loud kid whether happy or upset). I am worried that this will become a consistent behavior. When he is a toddler, I don't want him still crying because he is corrected. My ultimate goal is to be able to correct him and have him either just correct the behavior or to say okay. Will he grow out of this behavior, or am I going to deal with this into his youth? Is there something I can do or another technique I can employ to not have him cry? Should I even be worried?