Someone give me the break down of how to deal with tempter-tantrums again?
She is 3, 2.9123123123123 - lol - and I make sure to try and keep things "normal" (nap, food, sleep, all the stuff) so I am rather sure she is in no way "stressed" and this is a developmental step of her grow - which I really want to respect. With my son there was a lot of me holding/ rocking/ signing(/ crying with) him till he was calm, really the only things that worked with him - I also found out he had gluten sensitivity so that helped with making him more stable - perhaps it was me, perhaps I just have no idea to start with.... I understand, and use redirection, destruction, and a few other little tricks to help avoid reaching a full blown tantrum, but once we are there I AM CLUELESS!!!
So, ya, tempter-tantrums 101 spark-notes, please, lol.
Edited by onlyAngil - 4/1/11 at 6:58pm