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Originally Posted by M_of_M
If you don't like the approach "Nanny 911" is taking when she does time-outs or put the child on a chair for a minute or two, how are you planning to discipline your child? Yes, maybe it is a bit early for this board, but maybe you have older kids?
My dd occasionally does things that she knows she is not supposed to do (like painting her brother's head with markers while I am in the washroom or drawing on the curtains). She does know that she is not supposed to do it. I explained to her several times and gave her reasons why such behaviour is bad. She has full access to drawing paper, etc. So, if you don't like "Nanny's 911" methods, than what would you do?
By the way, it is a GENERAL question and has NOTHING to do with my daughter, who 99% of the time is an angel.
Originally Posted by mothragirl
not labeling alice's behavior as "bad" or "good" is something i definately keep in mind.
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