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...
3 is still young to GET it. DS1 is almost 3, and while he is VERY verbal, it doesn't mean he gets cause and effect. I can't "talk him down"; I still have to physically remove him from the open refrigerator, pushing his little...