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    hot-tempered 2yr old
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    MommyLuvs02 posted:
    My 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.

    If he is not happy about something or my husband or i say "no" the world has come to an end.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    Any suggestions on how i can calm him down???

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