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    Anon_64816 posted:
    I have a little boy who is 20 months the last few weeks he has been very moody hitting kicking throwing fits crying for no reason will not let his dad play with him and has now started to hit kick and smack his grandma.I'm not sure if this is the start of the terrible 2 or what at times he is very sweet and funny then his moods will change in a instant. I need some advice on how to handle this from experienced parents i've tried time outs that will only work for a short time
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