can children start going through the terrible two's just after they turn one?

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ooo yes.. my daughter started pretty much to the day of 17 months... and hasnt quit yet... it was like a switch just turned on, and she was/is a little hell raiser. ha.

Erin - posted on 04/22/2009

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I THINK SO LOL - my little boy turned one start of march and all of a sudden its tantrums refusing food throwing toys hitting his mummy lol

Rosanna - posted on 04/22/2009

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Yes, very much so. My mom says it starts as soon as they find their voice and she's still waiting for it to end. lol. I'm 24 and the oldest of four. So I guess We'll have to deal with it the end of time. lol. She says it gets easier to deal with as they get older.

Tara - posted on 04/21/2009

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OOOOOH yes!!! =) My little guy did...is...has been. He's 16 months now, and though he's a great baby, he's been doing the characteristic "terrible 2's" things for many months now. Look at it this way - the sooner they start, the sooner they'll get through it. The younger they are, the less you'll hear them say "no" all the time - lol. Moreso, look at it as a clear indication that your little cutie is SO advanced that she's a year ahead of schedule!

Laura - posted on 04/21/2009

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Defintiely!! My daughter had her first blown tantrum at 9 months!! And hasnt stopped since lol. No, just feels that way. She has mastered the art of tantrums but then again, I have learnt the art of ignoring her whist she has them or giving her a time out. SHe is 29 months now

Tonya - posted on 04/21/2009

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YES, YES. My son is 18months, seems like hes being going through this stage since he was 14 months.

Aimee - posted on 04/21/2009

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my daughter is now 27 months and has had the terrible twos for sometime now, everything is I Do which isn't always possible and then she freaks out. My son didn't go thru this so it's new for me and sometimes frustrating but it will stop eventually, I hope!! I think girls get them worse cause they want to be independant at an early age and it's a power struggle between you and her. Keep strong and find the humor in it somewhere!

Sue - posted on 04/21/2009

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My youngest is 13months old and going by the last 4 days.... he has hit the terrible two's!!! Maybe it's because he has a 6yr old brother and a 4 year old sister and I am a single mum that is struggling but if anyone asks me whats up with him latley, I have been telling them that my baby is so advanced cos he has the tantrums of a two year old. Looks like I am in for a long couple of years now!!!

Rachel - posted on 04/20/2009

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YES!!!!YES!!!!YES!!!! EVERY CHILDS DEVELOPMENTAL GROWTH AGE VARIES BASED ON THE CHILD SOME ARE MORE ADVANCED THEN OTHERS AND SOME ARE SLOWER THAN OTHERS. THE TERRIBLE TWO'S FOR ME SEEMED LIKE THEY LASTS FOREVER THOUGH ONCE IT'S OVER AND YOU LOOK BACK IT DEFINITELY MAKES YOU SMILE AND LAUGH BECAUSE IT IS ALL OVER!!! GOOD LUCK!!!

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