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    An_251834 posted:
    If the baby is already 9 months I would say it is great to start introducing time out. That way it will be easier when the baby is older. It would make it easier because the baby would realize that they don't have an option, that it is something they have to do. I would thou say to make sure that proper time out is in place for example even it the baby is too young to fully understand language, She would still need to tell the baby the reason for the time out. after time out is complete which I would recommend half a minute let the child know why he or she was in time out. I would also remind her that time out doesn't work unless there is time in which would be rewards for the good behavior.
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