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    HELP! Naps and Dicipline in 5yos
    mommyof222 posted:
    I have a 5 year old daughter as well as an almost 5 month old daughter. My oldest daughter lives with her father but i get her every weekend, She has gotten a rotten mouth, talks back refuses to take naps and just will not listen to me anymore, i ask her to clean up her room when she is here and dirties it and she tells me she doesnt have too. I will try to put her in timeout and she wont stay there if i am busy or holding my infant.........Im really at a loss on how to get her to nap and what dicipline method i should use because ive tried everything i know. HELP!
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