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Originally Posted by mammastar2
That suggests to me that you may want to try something different. .
Originally Posted by solareyna
I have started the rule that if he cannot ask for something in a nice (not whining) tone, he does not get it. If he throws a tantrum, it is time out for him. Lately, ds has been in the habit of whining for me when he gets in trouble with dh or if he thinks dh is upset with him and that irritates dh to no end. I do not baby ds at this point as I know that would be undermining dh, but I feel like he is a mommy's boy and dh thinks that is just terrible. I really hope he grows out of it soon.
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