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    kmraghav is offline New ILite
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    Default Parenting the kid in Joint family

    Hi Moms

    I have a kid of age 2.2 yrs. The problem I am facing is with my Mother-in-law approach in playing with my kid.She always encouraging my kid to play with my brother-in-law by having fun fight with him. She ask my son to start fight with him.I am really worried of this play. He might enjoy and continue this with other kids or someone. If i say to my son he will obey it ,but I couldn't say in front of my mother-in-law.

    As of now I just told to my son that these fights he can only do with my brother-in-law and not to any one. He is following that but I want to stop this fun fight play. Can you all suggest some way to do this?


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    rajisarvan is offline Junior ILite
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    Default Re: Parenting the kid in Joint family

    hi,

    i feel there is nothing wrong in the fun fights. tell him what u r currently telling him now.
    Its all a form of enjoyment. we can do this only with kids. So u also enjoy the scene.


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    kmraghav is offline New ILite
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    Default Re: Parenting the kid in Joint family

    Thanks for your reply. Its ok until he dont do this with others.. lets c :)


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    Default Re: Parenting the kid in Joint family

    When you are in joint family you need to have lots of patience. Don't take littl things serious. I think you dont have to worry too much. Elders wont teach anything harmful to small children. Dont worry kmraghav


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