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ok! so now 1 year and 1 month old and since i live with my dad all he does is play with my little sister so my sister is 2 and she throws the worst tantrums ever!! and now all of a sudden when i dont give my son what he wants he all of a suddent starts to throw a tantrum to! and its irratating me! and i cant disaplain my 2 years old sister becasue my stepmom will get mad but my 2 year old sister hits my stepmom and my stepmom does nothing about this!

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Tantrums are completely normal behavior for toddlers. They don't have the words to express their feelings or emotions so they scream, or hit, or cry. If you can, just ignore the tantrum. Ignoring it will let the child know that they do not get attention for bad behavior.

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