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At what point Kansas Bonanno Due November 15; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; North Carolina 2566 posts
Apr 11th '17

At what point would you consider it more then just being a 3 year old not listening? She listens to NOTHING.. ever, she doesn't care about discipline. We have tried everything we can think of. I know 3 is a rough age. ( i have a background it childcare as well as an older daughter too ) But its like she just doesn't care, she enjoys getting in trouble. I'm just not sure what to do. 

Supermommy08 1 child; 2 angel babies; United States 606 posts
Apr 11th '17

If you take away her favorite thing or punish her from a fav thing she likes to do she doesn't care?


Have there been any major changes in her life? Or something that could be bothering her?

Kansas Bonanno Due November 15; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; North Carolina 2566 posts
Apr 11th '17

Quoting Supermommy08:
If you take away her favorite thing or punish her from a fav thing she likes to do she doesn't care?


Have there been any major changes in her life? Or something that could be bothering her?


We were hit by a drunk driver in November. Everyone was mostly ok except me. I ended up with both of my arms broken and my heel completely crashed. I've only been out of a wheelchair 3 weeks and can hardly walk. 

Supermommy08 1 child; 2 angel babies; United States 606 posts
Apr 11th '17

Quoting Kansas Bonanno:

We were hit by a drunk driver in November. Everyone was mostly ok except me. I ended up with both of my arms broken and my heel completely crashed. I've only been out of a wheelchair 3 weeks and can hardly walk. 


                            Did she start acting out afterwards?

✴ Mamacita Miami, FL, United States 4046 posts
Apr 11th '17

My 3.5 year old is this way as well. The only time she acts like she cares is when I take away her tablet or restrict her from going outside. 

Kansas Bonanno Due November 15; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; North Carolina 2566 posts
Apr 11th '17

It wasn't as bad but definitely increased since the accident.

mrs.white8389 TTC since Jan 2016; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Florida 2642 posts
Apr 11th '17

Since you were rendered handicapped for awhile after the accident, I'm guessing someone else took over the major duties you would have usually done? It could be related to that. 

Kansas Bonanno Due November 15; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; North Carolina 2566 posts
Apr 11th '17

My husband has really stepped up and been in charge 

♥Jessie♥ Due November 1; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Idaho 14205 posts
Apr 11th '17

Quoting Kansas Bonanno:
My husband has really stepped up and been in charge 


does she listen to him?

Kansas Bonanno Due November 15; 3 kids; 1 angel baby; North Carolina 2566 posts
Apr 11th '17

Quoting ♥Jessie♥:

does she listen to him?


Not at all. Less then me honestly.