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    2 1/2 years throws a tantrum everytime we go to a store
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    vtchic1998 posted:
    My two and a 1/2 year old daughter will be fine sitting in the car but as soon as I go to get her out to take her in a store she throws a tantrum and continues to scream all the way to the store while we are in the sto re and esp during check out. She just started this about a week ago and I just dont know why she is doing it. Has anyone else ever had a problem like this?
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    Anon_3073 responded:
    My son used to do that too, but now I have started taking off his winter coat, if they are too hot, or uncomfortable they are more likely to whine. I also only run errands in the morning when he just seems like he's in a better mood.


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