What happend to my 3year old.

Logan is going to be 4 in october. But he is turning into a monster. He is i can say worse than my 6year old who i have issues with. Now i know most of logans behvior is learned from haiden and man logan is worse.
For his saftey at night we have to put a pull up on cuz his door has to have a childproof lock on. If he can get out he will walk down in middle of night, will wake up everyone, he will eat toothpaste, climb counters and get meds out of cabnit, he will put toys in toilet and even drink out of it.
He was my good eater for a long time even asking for seconds and or thirds but no eating has become a battle. He wont eat anything i make and will demand junk food. We have to lock our pantry cuz of him.
He refuses to sleep at night and nap.
He has colored on walls, tables, couch, floor, chairs even when u give him paper. He has found siscors and cut curtains. We had to replace his blinds cuz of him ripping them.
He has now not only colored on walls he colored on vincent and haiden. He will run off and or sneak out of the house. Pee outside in open. Pick other peoples plants. Jump on beds.
Out in public he screams.

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Ashley
    05/27/14
    Ashley
    I have even had to drag him cuz he refused to walk and had my handful with vincent.
    He now holds his pee in and wont go potty even though he is doing potty dance or grabbing himself. When u ask him to go potty he has a meltdown and will pee on the floor.
    I make him clean up his mess but it only esclades. He goes in timeout a lot for bad behavior or even goes to bed early
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      05/27/14
      This is tough Ashley. have you spoken with his doctor about his extreme behavior? Have you thought about putting locks on more than just the pantry? They have toilet locks, special child proof things you can put on door knobs so they cant turn them, hook and eye locks can be put up high on doors so that if he gets up he can't open the doors. I would put away anything like scissors, crayons anything like that somewhere where he can't have them unless he asks and is supervised.
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      05/27/14
      Ashley
      He has one of those that u put on handle but we had to super glue it cuz he would still be able to get out and he would break it off of his door.
      We tried toilet locks but he would break it all the time.
      We have scisoea out of reach along with cryons and markers but he climbs up on everything to get it down. And if he doesnt my oldest does.
      We put seceruity code on our phones so he cant get our contacts or into the phone.
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        05/27/14
        Beth
        Has he always been challenging, or is this a somewhat recent thing? I would wonder if maybe he isn't showing some jealousy of Vincent and just having a somewhat delayed reaction. Maybe it took him awhile to realize Vincent isn't just a short-term addition to the family and he is now acting out to try and get some of the attention back. I would try pouring on some extra love and attention and see if it changes his behavior at all. That said, 4 is rough. When Mason turned 4 I thought a demon had possessed him or something. His behavior completely changed and he was SO MUCH more challenging to deal with than he ever had been before. We are on our way out of it, he's getting much better about things but holy cow this past year has been a challenge!!
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          05/27/14
          Holy cow. It's easy to make guesses but I'm on my first kid and haven't gone through this. I would agree with the other ladies that there is some consistency needed and some serious talks. If he is learning bad habits from the older kids, I think it needs to start with them. Maybe show them what great helpers they can be by obeying mommies rules. Best of luck hon that sounds so tough.
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          I am 25year old stay at home mom of 3boys. I am also married.