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1. Talk to him about how HE felt when he was lost. My bet is that he got scared.
2. Talk to him about how YOU felt and how upset you were.
3. Keep him within eyesight for a couple of days.
Really, this is the kind of impulsive behavior that is well within the range of typical kids this age.
Erin , Happy wife of Honey Bear , mom of Curly Miss (11/04), Little Mister (10/06), Princess Abi (3/08), and The Bean (9/09) <>< oh, and I blog.
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