The children are adorable but our nerves are tested on many occasions. Naturally, they are starting to live and still not have the tools that let you know how to behave in every situation. But that is precisely why we are here for parents to guide them in the process of growth.
Here are some basic guidelines that will help us keep on track.
If discipline is very important we talk about being consistent. Parents who do not comply with the rules and agreements that have come with their children, they risk their children to be irresponsible as well. Empty threats undermine the authority. Just make sure you warnings when you come to the end.
Young children are naturally curious. So out of the reach of your child all objects that could draw your attention and tempt you to grab, such as cables, telephones, televisions, buttons, drugs, etc.. You are preventing choking accidents, shock, poisoning, among others.
When your little boy go straight into a dangerous object calmly tell him “No”, you move from the area and distracted with another activity. It is important to avoid hitting the child. At this age there is low probability of establishing a relationship between behavior and punishment physical. Only you would show that it is right to hit others when one is angry. The blows are never a solution.
Waiting times are a more stringent level to handle young children. If your child has beaten him table food lying or shouted, the best solution is to say that the behavior is wrong and why (in language accessible to the child), then take it to a waiting area previously conceived (a chair in the kitchen , the first step of a ladder) for a minute or two until he calms down.
Sometimes it can be difficult to manage behavior of young children, but calmly and following these tips your child will learn what behaviors are acceptable, which will help prevent future problems.