Quoting [Camden's Mommy]:" uhm actually he does understand 1,2,3. or used to. and he is not young for any kind of dicipline, you ... [snip!] ... hit & do things he is not suppose to? no. Like i said he used to listen to it then just got up & decided to drop it."
LO is thinking... "yay mommy is doing something interesting". He's not old enough to cognitively process what it "means". You should inform yourself some on child development. I'm not saying this to be rude or talk down... I promise. But when I feel super frustrated with my child, it a lot to understand him better. Knowing the way he thinks in terms of his development and where he is at, will better help you in areas like this. Or really in any area. Sometimes my son screams/cry for things he wants, he's two. It annoys the smurf out of me and it overwhelms me very quickly. But knowing that he is two, he doesn't have the proper language skills yet (which is normal) and he doesn't have self control like that to be nice when he really really want something, it helps us understand eachother better. Mesh well. You should not be having behavioral struggles this early. It's too early to even tell if that is an issue.