Re: What do/did you do when 15month LO had Tantrum
Pick your battles! When it isn't that big of a deal I don't try and fret over it. Example my dd picks up the dirty cat dishes if I haven't gotten there first. I have told her as part of the routine if she picks them up she brings them to me and we put them up. My DH doesn't think she should touch them so he just tells her no and she freaks out! Part of the prob is both of us aren't on the same page and the other prob is there are bigger things to worry about. By all means if it's always a no then don't cave. My DD never gets to touch the curio cabinet, she tries, but she doesn't really get upset when she is told no.
GO INTO THE STORE! You have to get food and leave the house at some point. If they want to glare go ahead you've gotta do what you've gotta do.
mommy to Alexia 12/27/06