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Jennifer Johnson

I am going through the terrible two's right now, times two, and it isn't easy. Luckily, though, (I guess) my twin daughters are taking turns with the tantrums. One seems to have them more frequently than the other for one month or so and then they switch. Right now I'm having problems with biting (big time) when they don't get what they want. A two minute time out works for one of my daughters, but not the other. Instead my other daughter laughs, continues biting and runs out of her room the minute she is placed in there. She also does not sit still, if I put her on a chair. My question to you is... how do I stop my daughters from biting? What type of consequence do I give them for behaving in this way? Any advice you could give me would be much appreciated as they are starting to wear me down.

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