When children quarrel, hard days come for parents. Remember, I wrote how my 3-year-old daughter had quarreled with her Deniska because of a scapula and shouted in his heart that she fell out of love with him?
Now she has a series of experiences, but for me it’s just torture. And in fact she is only 3 years old, and she tells me that in fact she did not stop loving her cavalier, but wanted to punish him like this.
And now our daughter flatly refuses to go for a walk. Rather, she does not want to go anywhere at all. She has suffering, you see. And I have no strength for her whims!
Dad is not an assistant
My husband decided to talk to her. Previously, the daughter always obeyed him. After all, papa is a great lord and also the head of our house. But when the boss began to persuade her to go for a walk with him, they pointed out the door and pouted her lips offendedly.
No, dad won’t help here. My daughter feels like some kind of male solidarity and does not want to talk with the strong sex.
Sly children do not give in to mom’s tricks
But my daughter wants to walk. I, on the rights of the mother, trying to figure out the situation through a crack in the door. And what do I see ?! My child sits on a chair and looks sad out the window. And, by the way, our windows overlook the pitch. And the daughter sees how the children walk, how they have fun, dig in the sand, swing on the rocker and play catch-up.
I decided to take advantage of the situation. But as soon as I open the door and enter the room, the baby jumps off the chair with lightning speed and climbs onto the bed. There she seems to be playing with dolls and teddy bears.
I suggest going for a walk on the other side of the house, not where the playground is. However, my child understands my trick and says that today she walked around the rooms for many, many years and her legs are tired now. Just like our grandmother in the village.
Cavalier should ask for forgiveness?
In the evening at dinner, an interesting thought occurred to me. And I suggested to the husband to talk to the second participant of the conflict. They live nearby, and we, the parents, communicate.
My husband called Deniska’s father, asked how the boy behaves. It turns out that our other half is offended too. After all, our lady for all said that she fell out of love with him. Rugrats! In general, Denis is not going to ask for forgiveness.
So I had a reasonable question: what should we do? Our daughter is stubborn, it is difficult to convince her.
I appeal to your help, dear readers, maybe your children were in such a situation? What should we do? Please advise!