Ok he is not mine, he is pretty much my step son, he isn't yet but will be this summer. The problem is that both his parents let him get away with murder, he has an older brother and for some reason they figure he's older we can punish him or he needs to be a good influence, so the two year old, three this month doesn't get in trouble for much of anything. I have finally made his father realize that he pulls alot and he knows that he usually gets away with it and both parents have given me permission to do whatever I feel I need to to punish him. I have tried spanking, (I know some people don't like spanking dont give me a talk please) talking to him, time outs, push up position. I dont know what to do, I can tell him no get him introuble and he does it again in two minutes even if I am right there. I don't spank the older one, he is bigger so its easier to come up with punishments and to talk to him about things. But with the two year old there are days I feel like ripping my own hair out. He gets so spoiled at his mothers that every time he wants something all he does is cry and he gets it, that isn't allowed at my house, he has to ask like a big boy. I am sorry I am going off, I am not a mother and so some day I feel like I went 0 to 60 over night, thanks for letting me vent.
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