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Toddlerhood!Month 24

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Happy Birthday 2 year old!

Is your toddler playing too rough with little ones? Has he taken to biting, pinching, pushing, or hitting a younger sibling or friend? If he's doing it for attention, be sure that you don't give him what he's after. Instead, stay calm and direct your attention on the younger victim. Also, try a positive reinforcement routine. Learn more from our expert pediatrician

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Katrina Feb 7, 2012 06:14:07 AM ET

Hello. i have to ask, is it possible for my son to cause bruising to my daughters face when she was 6 weeks old and he was 12 months old? they are 6 days shy of being exactly one year apart, but my son is a lot heftier and stocky for his age he is way stronger than the average child his age. he is very violent towards all children all sizes, and ages. he is fine playing one minute then he just freaks out and starts screaming in their face, hitting, biting, pinching, taking toys etc. exactly what kind of force does it take to cause bruising on on infants face?

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