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sandy20131961 posted:
He is doing better. Actually, my boy goes through some stages and he moves on. I have talked to some parents and their kids can take much longer to get through a stage of hitting, spitting, backtalking, scratching, kicking, screeching. My boy has gotten through most in 1-4 months. I was concerned , but as he grows I see that the problem would be if he never got out of the unpleasant part of the various things he does. I count my blessings and he is on to the next normal kid's stuff!!! LOL
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