The two's!!

Ann - posted on 01/31/2010 ( 4 moms have responded )

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Ok, So my son will be 3 in march. and he is out of control. He Throws, hits, and pushes. He has been doing this since he was able to walk. I have tried everything, spanking, time out, holding him, and even the pep talk. Nothing is working. I can't even take him to peoples houses with out him doing any of those things over and over. And other moms always look at me weird,, my family doesn't even want to watch him because of it. I cant take him to the store without screaming cause he wants to walk. If i do give up and let him walk he always runs off! I'm too the point where I don't take him anywhere. We went somewhere the other day and their were a lot of kids and instead of playing with them, he was taking their toys and pushing them for no reason. He's not mad when he does these things. He just does it. He gets really excited and i don't think he understand how to handle his excitement. He is really a happy boy and is loving at home but anywhere else you couldn't see it Anyways Ive just ran out of things to do with him, any help would be great!

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Ann - posted on 01/31/2010

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I'm sure he does have adhd, but I really dont want to put him on medication so young. When it comes to school days. i may have too. I need to go to the doctor for it i think that's the only option i have left. LOL. I will defiantly ask about the early prevention class that sounds like it would be good for him. He is an only child, so he doesn't understand the sharing. Thanks for your help

Felicia - posted on 01/31/2010

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I know exactly the way you feel. I have a sister who is only 3. She does the exact same thing. My mother put her in a class called Early Prevention. It for kids who have behavior problems. Maybe you should talk to your doctor about it.

Rebecca - posted on 01/31/2010

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your best off going to see your health visitor.. i also have a 3year old son and hes constantly fighting with his older brother.. they cant be in the same room for more than a minute before they start.. you could always try giving him treats when hes done something good, make a chart and label what needs to improve, and show im everytime he hits his targets then he gets rewarded but if he doesnt behave then theres consequences i.e time out?, toy taken from him, sent to bedroom? if none of this works then maybe get advise from ur doctor???

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