Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting my awesome boys:</b>" try redirecting her instead of hitting ... [snip!] ... not the best way to get your point across. And she isn't even a year old. Redirecting her at this age will be most affective."
Quoting jen black:" It is what it is. That's not why I posted this. Not many people parent with the spanking or hand smacking ... [snip!] ... but that's how my bf and I were raised. It's not out if the norm for us so we are not worried. Thank you for the input though!"
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" And people posted plenty of other options for more positive and constructive ways of disciplining and ... [snip!] ... and ways of dealing with her "getting into things". That whole "that's how I was raised" thing is bullsmurf. Do some research."
Quoting my awesome boys:" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Quoting jen black:" There will be no researching! I am the parent I chose to be. And I'm still a damn good one. Thanks!"
Quoting I'm actually a virgin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting my awesome boys:</b>" I disagree. children do know what no ... [snip!] ... not all kids are the same. "</blockquote> Kids understand "no", a 10 mo th old baby on the other hand dows not."
Quoting Tonkette:" If you don't want her "getting into things" and "constantly opening drawers and pulling things out" maybe ... [snip!] ... "get into things"....then you wouldn't have to "constantly be smacking her hand." Smh, she's a baby...that's what babies do."
exactly!!!! get some of those locks you can put on stuff to keep her out of it. i have a 2 year old niece, gets into everythinggg and that's what we did just because it gets really annoying popping a kids hand everytime they get into something ...