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QTpie2009 posted:
My DS is 2 1/2 years old and while I understand toddlers are very active I believe he is extremely active. I get this feeling as friends and family who have kids this same age don't deal with the stuff I do. He is an only child. It is just he and I at home in the evenings as his dad works 2nd shift. He is constantly into everything; very curious which is a good thing but he's go, go, go. He'll push a chair up to the stove, I will take it away; then he's dumping the dog's food in their water, I clean that up; then he's running outside in socks in the snow (I am getting a lock to put up high this weekend so he can't do this anymore). I mean these things occur all within in like 1/2 an hour and this goes on all night. Somebody help me.... what can I do to help his overactiveness? Do you think he's bored? Aaahh!
Me (28), DH (31), Kayden Riley born 06/09/09
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
Sounds like he may be bored or just has extra energy he needs to burn off. Is there a way you can take him outside or even put in some music he can dance to?
 
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jlynnpaine responded:
If you can get him outside during the day when it's warmer so that he can burn some energy, that would be good. Then maybe try to get him engaged in a game or something so that he's not into mischief in the evening.
Jodi (27) DH (24) Shaelynn (2)


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