• C
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • 6 months ago

Early tantrums!? HELP!

My sweet little girl is 8 months old and has begun tantruming. She throws her head all the way back and screams when she doesn't get her way! She's doing it quite often now (getting into car seat, not feeding her fast enough, when I sit her down to play with her toys)...I tell her no, but she's to young to comprehend. Any suggestions as to how I can let her know that mommy will not tolerate that behavior?
  • n
  • Bangor, United Kingdom
  • 9 days ago

My baby is 5 months and shes the same but I find it funny, it's her clinching her wee fists as I'm changing her nappy, putting her n her car seat and the frustrated noises she makes, I actually cant help but laugh and in actual fact when I'm laughing at loud at her reactions she immediately stops doing it and this cheeky wee smile on her face, I just love her so much, she knows fine rightly what shes up to but she melts my heart, shes also too young for me to correct her but simply adding humour to situations always dissolves it unless shes hungry or tired, I wouldn't attempt to correct until shes older and can understand what I'm saying, shes still little and her only way of communicating her frustrations is to cry or clinch her fists n anger

  • A
  • Bakersfield, United States
  • a month ago

Following!! Because I'm going through terrible 1s i dont even want to know what terrible 2s will be like

  • B
  • Windsor, CA
  • a month ago

I am going thru the same thing with my son he tests the waters forsure but he will and will always be disappointed when he dont get his way.

  • F
  • Portland, United States
  • 2 months ago

I have 9mo and she pulls her hair, ears and scratches her face off so I have to hold her hands every time I tell her no

  • F
  • Portland, United States
  • 14 days ago

Omg yes and lately she swings her head all the way to the back and throws herself to the ground. One thing I started doing was I hold her hand when she’s swinging and let her down to the ground gently and step aside, it kind works

  • A
  • Concord, United States
  • 5 months ago

I have a 3 m.o and she does the same. I asked the doctor if it was normal for her to do that or if it’s something I’m doing wrong and she just told me she is high maintenance smh.

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