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16 months hitting, pinching and biting?

Posted in Toddlers on 9th November 2013

16 months hitting, pinching and biting?
My daughter as a baby people would describe as a “perfect” baby. Never cried, not whining, was satisfied, where to place them (like a playpen or walker), never had separation anxiety. Then she turned 13 Monate.Beißen in school recently, as it has its transition to the “transitional toddler” room, in the past week it something every day. Last month, she has to bite a lot to say some of his frustration or stress, but they will play well off comes and hugs her, then she bites. There are times when it is out of Wut.Shes beat it for 13 months, particularly people in their family, not really in school war.Wenn you wear glasses, they grab it from the Gesicht.Auch presses it but like hitting and biting, it is not always Wut.Wenn you do not say, she screams and shakes til her face is rot.Zwicken, biting and hitting is not always done out of anger. 50% of the time, it is only because, and 50% of the time, it’s because you do not say. But with the glasses it is, as long as they have your trägt.Ich a child teacher and now I have room to work in an older child, but I have everything tried with my daughter. If it something she knows she is not allowed to do, it deals with the time out does, I strictly tell her, “No”, “Not OK” “Beautiful Hands”, nothing works. I knocked (NO HIT) mouth and hands or butt when I’m frustrated about, because it knows no different geht.Ich, it is a stage, but what can I do, because it’s not all out of anger and frustration most. She just thinks it’s okay Best Answer (s):.

Reply JohnnyK
All children go through this phase to behaupten.Sie needs proper discipline, and it must be consistent. . When she learns that the behavior will not be accepted things change

Reply by robert Christerson do
what my parents did – a little more business – things are now much diffrent days then us older people, when we were young – I do not care what anyone else says – Results of measures that come out – real I disapline know I did not spell that out right – but niether the government is doing anyway – depends on short penalties that the child will remember – when we went to school – we have it at school and at home – and even grounded to the belt or paddle – children remember these things much more then the things that is so stupid now adays – and according to the Bible – it’s no wonder kids are as they are – so I would say a little more solid – I know from experiance that this will work – unless there is some psychological problems unfortold – robert

answer by Lena Dawson
you need to be patient and stern, now thinks it is a funny game, you have to teach her it is not. The biting could be caused by teething, give her a few cold teething toys to help with the pain, then they might not want so much to bite. When she bites or nips or, say quickly, “No, do not bite / hit, it hurts and it’s not beautiful you” hits, then give her a swat on the hand, not the face, put her down and walk away, ignore them for a little while, even if they scream and throw a tantrum begins simply ignore them. Show her that if she bites and beats, it makes you hurt and angry, and people do not want to play with her when she hurts them. If shes playing nice to encourage them and praise them, saying: “Look what a good girl of your being, it is so much fun to play with you if your nice.” You need to just stay consistent and they’ll get over it.


Parenting Toddler Sos: “my Biting Toddler is After our Dog and the Baby!”

Posted in Toddlers on 21st January 2011

Parenting Toddler Sos: “my Biting Toddler is After our Dog and the Baby!”

Parenting Toddler Biting Question:

“Kelly, my 1.5 year old has taken to biting both the dog and the baby. I’ve tried many things and have read many parenting books but am still without a solution. What can I do? I am worried that he will either hurt our baby or the dog will hurt him”. – Mom Seeking Biting Solution

Parenting Solution to Biting Toddler:

When your sweet child turns into a household vampire, many Moms and Dads are unsure of what to do. Biting is common in toddlers—they lack the maturity and the vocabulary to express their frustration. While biting may be common, it does not mean you need to put up with it. There are plenty of ways to make biting less appealing to your toddler.

Here are five effective parenting toddler steps that can help you solve your biting problem once and for all:

1. Find your toddler’s biting payoff: Ask yourself, “Why is my child biting?” For every negative misbehavior there is a powerful purpose—a pay-off for children. Find your child’s pay-off and you will be pointed in the direction of the solution.

My educated guess is that the biggest reward for your toddler’s biting is your attention! With a new baby needing and demanding so much of your attention (especially if you are breast feeding every couple of hours) your oldest, now has to share your attention—something he never had to do before. A new sibling’s arrival heralds a new era for your toddler—an era in which the sun no longer rises and sets around him. This major life transition requires quite an adjustment from your first-born, who was used to having all your attention to himself.

When children aren’t able to get enough of their parents’ attention positively, they will settle for negative attention. Why? Because some attention is always better than none. So, biting is a powerful hook to take your attention away from the baby and bring it back to your toddler.

2. Remove the parenting toddler hook: As parents we can never truly change our child’s behavior. We can influence it—but ‘make’ them do exactly what we want them to do, when we want them to do it—no. Children only change when they ultimately understand the benefit of the change. The good news is that by changing our reaction to their behavior, we can nudge them in the right direction and start experiencing the positive change we seek.

Decide to change your reaction to his biting. Instead of getting upset, raising your voice, threatening or using time-outs, put your emotions on hold and use a neutral tone. Use the same tone you would with the neighborhood grocer (polite but not overly engaged). Calmly and directly state, “Biting is not allowed.” Then quickly hug your child and remove them from the room OR remove the baby or dog and go about your business. Turn your back on them if need be, but do not become

Q & A: biting kitty …?

Posted in Babysitting on 17th November 2010

question of sami_sam : biting kitty …?
So my friend and I are “Kitty sitting” my friends 5 month old kitten, while her husband is in Iraq. (If you have a baby and does not want much the same with the cat … he wanted to, she didn’t) When we got was a brat, scratching and biting all the time. she has calmed down a bit because it gets much more attention, but she bites a lot. it does not scratch at all, however, and when she bites, I think she’s still playing because they never bite my face. she rarely leaves caress me though. How can I stop biting them? We have a spray bottle that we do it with spray, if it does, it seems to really work. Are there other things we can try? Not neutering the cat? that’s a pretty stupid answer, of course, we will spay her, so they try to get out and cry to walk around the house for weeks normally. It also calms them down. My mother bred cats for a long time, were all girls of obnoxious when in the heat waren.Außerdem she has been here for about a month, so the site isn’t a problem. She’s definitely made himself at home. And she has lots of toys with her that she loves playing, so that isn’t a problem. she has a bed, but there’s usually too hot and she sleeps on the tile. she will come and sleep with us sometimes, and she lets me pet them when they do super tired ist.Als for what we scream, we usually “ow” or “no” answer to her best .

reply glaciersunrise I
the same problem with a 4.5-month-old kitten I have, we teach the kitten that it is okay to bite, when faced with a puppet play or otherwise, on our hands, but we tend to shout “Ouch!” to when it bites our hands directly, screaming works, and then ignore the cat learns that behavior is not desirable, is better than the water bottle (which is not always as fast as shouting)

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