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What do you do when you have an easily affected, highly sensitive, stubborn, 9 month old taurus?

Posted in Toddlers on 24th December 2010

What do you do when you have an easily affected, highly sensitive, stubborn, 9 month old taurus?
LOL.. he’s a huge sweetheart and doesn’t mean to be difficult.. but he’s seriously a little me and i’m already at the end of my rope.. which he lit on fire. and he’s only 9 months. i love him to death, and am a SAHM (because i can’t find a job for the life of me)… and I was wondering if any of you have suggestions on how to desensitize a baby …. before he hits his “terrible toddler” stages.. ?

He’s always been very high needs and has had tantrums since 7 months. I love that he gives me the challenge, but I just wanted to know do they ever grow out of this? Will he have issues as he gets older? How can I help him mellow out? 🙂 thanks!

Best answer(s):

Answer by Blistering Blue Barnacles
Just tell yourself – “its a phase”…

Answer by Victory
I have this problem too but my son is a Leo yeah he is impossible sometimes,they will grow out of it I think.Try to stay calm and don’t let him see you get your feathers ruffled:)

Answer by Sweetgrass
check out the little taurus’s natal horoscope chart ( online they have them for free) Then you put in time and place of birth ..you will get a scope of his exact personality sun signs and moon sign..then you will know what kid you have and his traits

Answer by star
he’s very cute!

edit – and only 11 days younger than my boy

Answer by Max’s Mom
i’m a leo mom to a taurus baby so we’re always going at it! when max throws a fit i just do NOT give in. i tell him no and distract him with something else!

but for me to give you better advice, i’d need you to be a little more specific on the exact problems you’re having!

Answer by c-bear
haha I’m a taurus, and I think tauruses are just like that from birth. we’re a pretty demanding, stubborn bunch.
I’m nearly 18 and I still throw tantrums! lol
I think we’re just born like that.
On the bright side, enjoy this while it lasts, you will not enjoy it once he gets into his teen years at all. then these baby tantrums will seem peaceful and no big deal in comparison.

Answer by my Brooklyn Marie due 5/18/09
i find it interesting that you like the fact that your child gives you a hard time and throws tantrums. But no i don’t think it will get better on its own, most likely only worse. You would have to stop re-enforcing the tantrums, usually by waiting until he has calmed down before you give him what he is asking for, to eliminate the behavior. But it will probably get worse before its better.

Answer by ★♥Gina the Dreamer♥★
Sounds exactly like my son, he has been a cry baby since birth i swear the first month of his life was spent crying. I call him dramatic because he laughs at everything but when hes mad he cries for everything. Maybe the stubbornness and sensitivity is just part of who he is thats what makes him your sweet little Dylan. personally i think he will outgrow it he may be going through a stage ( I call it the teenager stage lol) who knows. I think your son will just end up being a strong willed person. Good luck =)

ETA.. forgot to say my son is an aries and i am a pisces also forgot to add he is 10 months old

Answer by ♥Sarah & Gracie’s M♥mmy♥
Im not sure , I am a Taurus and I always gave my mom a run for her money…not in a serious bad way…but I kept her on her toes. But we have the closest relationship because of it I think. We are so stubborn, and hardheaded…but when it comes down to it, we are very compassionate and loving ..and we love to make people laugh and smile..so dont worry mommy…you will get a kick out of him every minute as he gets older.

But I think karma has got me back…I am due in May with my 2nd..So she will be a Taurus as well…ooooooh boy.

Answer by might I be a mummy of 3
IM A TAURUS TOO….

YOU LOVE HIM, NURTURE HIS CREATIVE SIDE, LET HIM EXPRESS AND VOICE HIMSELF , SMILE THROUGH HIS TANTIES

YOU WILL GET A FABULOUS HUMAN BEING , HAPPY, ROUNDED AND WELL AJUSTED JUST LET HIM FIND HIS PLACE IN THIS BIG WIDE CRAZY WORLD , HE WILL SOON REALISE IT DOESNT ONLY CONTAIN HIM…

US BULLS NEED TO BE TAKEN BY THE HORNS AND LED TO THE GREENER PASTURES….:)

My almost-12 months old will not eat / can not “Table / toddler” food. His dr. is not affected. Why am I?

Posted in Toddlers on 1st November 2010

question by a : My almost-12 months old will not eat / can not “Table / toddler” food. His dr. is not affected. Why am I?
My son is not to solid food really impressed all. Occasionally when we are in a restaurant, he will want something to take with (foodwise), but it seems he would be content simply silent almost exclusively. We established him at the family table and we all eat dinner together (me, husband, and him) and I usually have breakfast with him – and I mean, what will he eat little. I do not want to force food on him or start a power struggle, but he just does not seem to do nothing. What he does take a bit of food puree is smooth – the 3rd seems to hate Level food, so we do not really go that way anymore. And I have everything I feed cost him – it’s not that I try to eat him something really gross. We offer small pieces of our (if any) food and he just thinks it is for mushing, brass, and throw the chair, the dog. If something makes it into his mouth and it can not resolve completely (like steamed peas or rice), he often jokes. He has white 5 Zähne.Ich I should not my child compared to others, but my friends eat with peers baby whole green beans, string cheese and even PB & J sandwiches! My son just wants the chest. I have spoken to the Dr.. about it and they will not seem to think it is a big problem, as feed themselves from time to time (Puffs, Graham goldfish, yogurt melts). He also uses a bag for the occasional feeding expressed breast milk if I’m not there, and a straw cup for water and beat all his other milestones of development (first steps last week). He is about 50th Percentile for height and weight, it is obviously growing just fine. I try to live by the “Food is for fun until the age of a” mantra, but his birthday is next week and he has to eat still no real desire to “real food.” So, what can I do to get something about me or my son might be more interested in solids? He has discussed his 12 months check-up at the end of this month and I plan it again with his pediatrician Best Answer.

response from Lucky:]
for a mother .. ur always goinna worry bout your child their whole life, whether big or small the situation

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