Tantrums

Shundra - posted on 03/05/2014 ( 2 moms have responded )

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My son is 14mths loves to through tantrums if its not his way and when he gets mad loves to throw things and when u pick him up he will try to hit you understand I said try I don't play with the tantrums or the hitting i understand he is still small I know kids will try u to see what they can get away with I don't allow him to get away with none of it I was just looking for some good advice to help with this

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Shundra - posted on 03/05/2014

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I understand he is so smart if you do something or show him something one time he got it don't have to keep showing him over and over he watches observe a lot he understand alot of things you would not think alot of 14 mth olds wouldn't he knows what the bathroom is he went in there with his pamper on took a good one and kneeled down like he was using the pamper and did the pamper he had on hes ready to potty train but I truly understand he is young experiencing life I don't get mad with him i talk to him and tell him no you do not through it when he get through with his toys he will try to put them up likes to be clean this don't even sound a bit normal for a lot of kids just have that little tantrum problem it's not all the time just every now and then but over all he is a good baby he minds good you tell him to do something he do it until that tantrum

Livia - posted on 03/05/2014

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http://www.livestrong.com/article/212474... My girlfriend has a 14 month old and she said to read this site. I remember when my lil ones went through those stages. When it came to the hitting and tantrums when they were babies you just have to remember not (try not) to let yourself get upset or let them feel that your upset. Talk to them calmly and explain to with the toy in your hand that you do not throw the toy. it usually takes 3-5 weeks to get it too sink in. I read this book when my oldest was a baby and I remember it said that toddlers like to feel like they have some sense of control, like picking up a toy and putting it away or taking your hand and leading the way. I will see if I can find it. But that helps them learn how to express themselves sooner and thats all they are trying to do when they throw tantrums like that at 14 months. Of course first and foremost always check to make sure they are ok and nothing is wrong.

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