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Topic: Why do children always want other child's toys?

I know many of us here have already experience this situation.  Your child grabbing other child's toys.

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As a mom, it is very frustrating dealing this kind of experience everyday since my children always play with their cousin.

So how  you mom s handle this matter in a calmly matter?

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Re: Why do children always want other child's toys?

Children loves to explore things and they tend to be curious over new ones. What I've been doing is keeping on repeating the phrase "That's not yours baby..." and I always remind my child that she has her own toys and she cannot get other kids toys. So far, after hearing the phrase "It's not yours...!" many times she does not grab other kids toys anymore.

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