0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:hot-tempered 2yr oldMy litttle boy just turned 2 on July 1st. His temper is off the wall insane and has been since he was at least 18 months or younger.<br /> <br />If he is not happy about something or my husband or i say "no" the world has come to an end.<br /> <br />He will scream at the top of his lungs, yell, kick the wall, floor, bed, brother, hit, bite, bang his head agains the wall, bed, or floor, you name it. <br /> <br />The rest of the time he is as sweet as can be, but that fuse of his is WAY too short. He's bitten his older brother (4) on numerous occasions.<br /> <br />Everyone asks how such a sweet looking boy could be that bad? I say don't let his cute candy coating fool you, inside he is as hot tempered as the sun.<br /> <br />Any suggestions on how i can calm him down???
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