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    The Sour Patch Kid (Sour, Sweet, Gone)
    An_259099 posted:
    Hi Everyone, I have a two year old he is absolutely sweet as can be. At home he is a complete angel but when he is in daycare, he is the complete opposite. He Bites the other kids but at home he doesn't bite. So I do not know how to correct the problem. I cant discipline him for something that happened way earlier, he wont recall the event and therefore be confused when I got to discipline him. HELP please..!
    livingbless responded:
    This has happened to my 2 year also. He has gone to a few and what I have noticed is if he is eager to leave or hates being there maybe its time to look for a new daycare. you may not notice it but not all daycares give there full attention to your lil one and to me this is very important. he loves his daycare know and doesn't ever want to leave so I wouldn't blame the child it may just be anxiety from not being around people he likes. I really hope this helps and GOOD LUCK to you and yours.

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