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    sdadkin posted:
    Whenever my 14 month old gets upset or when you tell him no he will bite whatever is in front of him- i.e. toys, chair, himself, his brother... but most of the time he tries to bite me or pull my hair. I know it's because he can't communicate his feelings- but how do I get him to stop? I try telling him no and telling him "ouch" but it doesn't seem to help. I even pulled his hair back and he finally did let go but he still continues to do it when he gets upset. He still isn't saying any words (he has said mama, dada, and hi but not routinely). He goes to daycare and I know there's another little boy there a little bit older that bites too. I need to nip this in the bud before he actually hurts someone!
    Me (25) SO (25) DS (7/22/09) EDD (5/10/11)
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