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|Originally posted by HannahSims
Aya seems to be fussy no matter what around 10am and I’m getting better at letting her be that way if she needs. I don’t loose too much energy over it.
|Also, she is learning good lessons in the morning about not having all things that she wants when she wants them.|
|P.s. Do any of your children actually hurt themselves because they are upset and flailing around? How do you deal with this situation?
P.s.s I also had read that potty training can lead to some changes in you child such as becoming controlling but that is usually only lasts for a little while.
Homeschooling, Homesteading Mama to DD ('02) and DS ('04)
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