Quoting Kaleighshaleigh:" At 4 she should be taught that her behavior is unacceptable. One warning should be given and then punishments ... [snip!] ... that after your talks because...well... There isn't a reason not too. Her punishment should make the behavior not worth doing."
Lol, she does have punishments. Usually it's along the lines of a time out, or I will take away her T.V privilege, etc. We do also do a sticker chart so when she misbehaves she doesn't get a sticker, which usually is a huge deal to her because after she collects 15 stickers she gets to pick a toy. I'm just not used to dealing with this, because up until this point all I needed to do was talk to her and she would listen. I always end up feeling bad putting her in time out and what not, even though I know I need to do it. I sometimes wonder if it doesn't have something to do with us moving in with my boyfriend, though they get along great. She gets more attention then she did when it was just her and I because I don't have to work full time, I only have to go to school and stay there no later than 2. I do make sure she knows it wrong, but I'm not one for harsh punishments.