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Old 10-03-17, 08:38 AM
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Re: Impulse control and sweets

You are over thinking this in my opinion. It's not about impulse control it's about a kid being hungry. Even when my kids are fully awake they don't want to be bothered with making a sandwich. Plus, when my kids meds wear off they are starving!

The kid obviously has a need, and you aren't working with him. Take him to the grocery store and buy him things you can both agree on as midnight snacks. For my house it's lunchables, P3 wraps, honey buns, and containers of ham and or roast beef. Yes, sometimes I find an entire container of roast beef, minus 3 slices, in my daughters bedroom but that is why I buy the small containers.

Work with him, don't try to make him stick to your rules, it's only going to frustrate both of you.
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