Raven is 13 months and she has begun the toddler screaming stage, it's very frustating! She does it all the time now,and she's so loud. Any advice anyone can give me, would be helpful! Thanks!

Raven is 13 months and she has begun the toddler screaming stage, it's very frustating! She does it all the time now,and she's so loud. Any advice anyone can give me, would be helpful! Thanks!

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    08/07/14
    i say let her scream it out and place her in a screaming spot (almost like a time out spot but a little diff.... or her room if separate from yours where she can let it all out . walk her there and tell her scream all she wants here...and when she feels better and is ready to be a good girl to then come to mama in the...... (fill in the blanks). Then when she comes -- (you) without a frustrating but instead comforting face and demeanor ask if she feels better and tell her you missed her while hugging her.

    Different things work for different people. This worked for my lil guy and once he understood its great to get feelings out, we began to praise good behavior and time out bad behavior where he sat in a corner or a semi dark spot alone with nothing more than he and one of us. for just about a minute per year of his age. Then once calm we gave him a hug and told him we loved him, and would continue with our day with happiness etc, to move forward.

    Just an idea that worked for us. Hope it may help for you or give some ideas on what may work.
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