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From bad to worse with Akette
Akette is Sprite and Arto's and Sprite's adopted child. She has a sister (not adopted) called Eudora. At first Akette was quite shy, and behaved well: she liked cleaning and was quite warm but shy to her adopted parents. Ever since two years have passed, and Eudora came along, Akette became BAD! Jealous of new baby, tearing books, switching lights on and off, jumping on bed. it's been madness. Poor Sprite still has Eudora to care for so she left it to Arto, who didn't care. He checks himself out in the mirror instead or ignores her. What to do?
Answer from: cakequeen
Scold to set family rules set her in front of the tv and praise her so she wont get depressed
Answer from: 15virtual15
Keep praising her. buy her candy from the flea market and buy a toy and let her play with it.
Answer from: 556-3443
How old is she? my children dont have terrible twos they all seem to go through the face when they are around 6-9
Answer from: Akette is bad.
Well now she's 6 but I did all the things you said. I'm going to try and mature her by buying her encyclopedias and let her play cook, office, and office. I might send her to boarding school. PS. She wont get rules in her head.
Answer from: Miss Gemini
Do you have enough stuff for her to play with around the house? I have a play room with play kitchen, easel for drawing, teddy bear, child chairs, bookshelves and train set. Outside next to the sandbox is bubbles, drums, guitar, playhouse, and the pool. In the kid bedrooms I have one or two stuffed animals.
When the kids are first away from mom I send them to each play area and I praise them twice at all the activities. When I notice them playing with one item more than others I make sure to give them candy or fruit when I see them at it. This has made it a very rare issue to have a kid that just likes to misbehave. I have one or two every other generation or so, but they grow out of it. The worst one was a little boy in a much earlier generation. He was jealous of all 5 babies that came after him and he would get depressed and feel lonely. It didn't matter what I did to help him to behave and be happy. It may just be a similar kid.
Answer from: The Kid Master
Idk if you've already solved the problem, but after scolding them, just let Akette run around and do something different. if its something like Throw Rocks, i let my kids do that because its not dissruptive. If its Banging Dishes or Switching Loghts On and Off, scold them. Akette will eventually grow out of it
Answer from: Akette is good
Thanks guys you really helped. Akette is now 13 and supports her lovely sisters.
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