A woman posted to the Reddit channel AITA (Am I The A******) to ask the interwebs is she is in the wrong for deciding her husband is not allowed in the delivery room because he was upset about the babies gender i.e. he wanted boys.
A mom writes in asking for advice about her 3-year-old son, whom she says is overly affectionate with strangers. She says her son will hug and kiss strangers — friends of the mom’s who come over to visit, for example — and this behavior makes his mom uncomfortable. The strangers, she says, will usually laugh, which she feels encourages him to do it more. She wants to explain to him that it is not okay to kiss strangers. Any advice?
A mom writes in asking for advice about her two-year-old toddler. She says her son has taken to hitting her (or someone else) when he’s angry, mad, and/or annoyed. This mom has tried to stop the behavior by telling him “no” when he hits, but that tends to make the hitting worse, and she says he even will hit himself. Any advice for this mom on how to get a toddler to stop hitting his parents or relatives?
A mom writes in asking for advice about her toddler, whom she describes as “a terror.” This single mom says that her 3-year-old refuses to listen, torments the family pets, says bad words, and has been very mean. She feels like she has tried everything and is out of ideas, so she has turned to the Mamas Uncut community of moms for help.
A mom writes in asking for advice about how to explain to her 2-year-old son that his father is no longer in the picture. She says she finally ended a toxic, years-long relationship with the father of her child, but her son constantly asks to see or speak with his dad. However, communication is very limited due to the aforementioned toxicity of their relationship. This mom also wants to know how she might introduce a new love interest into her son’s life at some point.
Ok y’all I need advice on a number of things. First I have a 4 year old daughter. And I am seriously stuck on potty training her! I’ve tried everything! She will pee just fine when it’s time to go. Very few wet accidents! But for the life of me I cannot get her to poop on a potty. She will go and drop a tiny poop but then as soon as she’s done and has her pants up she lets the rest out and says she ‚ doesn’t know how to poop. My mom and I are frustrated about it. I’ve got a referral to a sensory doctor since we’re thinking it may be a sensory issue. Has anyone dealt with this? Any tips? Second my 18 month old son hardly eats regular foods. He won’t stop the bottle either. He’ll take a bite or two, chew it up really good then he just spits it out. He does that over and over and doesn’t really swallow much food. One day he may eat a pancake, actually eating it. But the next he takes a couple bites, chews them up and spits them back out. He does this no …
Hello mommys, so my 2 and a half yo is showing me hell when it comes to eating. Since he was 1 he wont eat anything. No vegetables, no fruits, no eggs, no chicken, no meat, no fish, no cereals. Im tired of trying. He eats bread without cheese or anything on it, two baby jar meals one with potato with vegetables and the other fish with spaghetti he likes them (they are for 12+ months and his dr told me thats nothing for him anymore), or rice with yoghurt ( i try to put small slices of chicken or fish without that he feels) sometimes i try to put carrots and peas but he will spit it . And he will eat spaghetti without anything just cooked spaghetti???????? He drinks milk and tea only and eats banana and apple. Even when he eats something he eat just couple of spoons. Anyone was in a same situation? Any advice? I get frustrated when i cook for him and he wont eat Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
What type of things do y’all pack to give your 18 month old a snack when y’all are out and about? I was using the little squeezable fruit and veggie packs but she’s wanting more and more and not getting as full from them so I need more ideas. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
So.. I have a baby boy who turned 1 a few weeks ago. Don’t shoot me, but I feel like we did everything wrong with regards to sleeping habits since he was about 6 months old. He is my first child, and I would do it totally different second time around but I can’t change that now. He still Sri is bottles during the night and when I tried the water switch over, he chucked the bottle me every time. He is I a routine in day care but I can’t get him to sleep through the night. He is getting tubes in his ears on the first as he has had back to back ear infections. But what are some ideas for help with getting off a bottle. He never did a pacifier so that won’t work. Suggestions please. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Any momma’s out there struggling with your toddler to eat? I have a 21 month old and she just likes to snack throughout the day. She won’t eat a full meal. Fruit is okay but meats and veggies are a struggle. I’ve tried so many different recipes and nothing is doing it. I’ve thought about taking her to the doctor but haven’t decided yet. Is it just a phase? My mom and my mother-in-law say as long as she’s eating something she’s okay. Drinking is easy. She loves water and milk. Any ideas of recipes to try or what did you do when your toddler was going through that? Thanks! Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.