Originally Posted by VisionaryMom
Your son won't understand a gift card (and I'm struggling to think of a place to purchase one that won't result in you buying the things you're asking others not to buy), so I...
DS1 does this, and it doesn't bother me. What's hilarious is how he starts out calling "Mom?" and if I don't answer right away, it gets a little louder: "MOM?" and if I still haven't answered he shouts my name.
Originally Posted by happysmileylady
I can't comment on a special needs meltdown and how it should be handled.
But to the question what do I think when I see a child meltdown and mom not reacting much...I give...
Originally Posted by Bluebird9
I haven't gotten to the age of temper tantrums yet myself (mostly), so I don't know from personal experience how I'm going to handle it on a day to day basis. However, to be on the...
Originally Posted by Lisa1970
If you see a child having a complete meltdown in public and the mom is not rushing over and falling all over the child, what do you think?
I think "Good for her. She's...
Originally Posted by Mackenzie
I don't see what the big deal is when he is not there but when he is, I this it's reasonable to have a more organized dinner, if that makes him happy.
This is EXACTLY what...