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How do you deal with your toddler’s actions in the playground?

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2 thoughts on “How do you deal with your toddler’s actions in the playground?

  1. Cassie

    This really isn't anything to beat yourself up over. Every mom is different with their child and we all do things that other moms won't agree with, but the important thing is to do what you think is best. If other moms don't agree, who cares?

    I'm a very considerate person to the point where I will get walked on so I understand what you're saying. I guess what I would try to do is find ways to teach your son empathy (which is hard for a kid his age!) but it isn't something he'll learn overnight. Keep taking him to the playground, keep encouraging him to do the right thing (whatever that right thing is that you want to teach him) and don't worry about other moms rolling their eyes.

    If they're going to be judgmental, tell them to take a hike and go to some other park. They have no right to judge you.

  2. Anna

    Thank you Cassie,
    It's good to know there are other mom's dealing with almost the same thing. Most of the times I don't pay attention to others and do what I think is right, but I can't wait to get out of the park.
    I will take your advice and take him to park more often. It's a good practice for both of us.

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