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Subject: 2-year-old threats Date: 6/26/2001 2:36 AM
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Hello!

I noticed a new thing about DS.. whenever I try to discipline him (pull him out when he is been playing too long in th bath tub, "no more chocolate", "no candy before dinner"), he starts to cry and whine that he wants to go to Dad's house. Till now, my reaction has been to calmly and icily tell him to go out and find his way; I don't mind. He is only 2, so I guess he doesn't know much, but I am wondering how best to deal with this, now or later. Any advice?

BTW, I cannot expect any help from his Dad, he has declared war upon me.

- Donna.
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