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7 Signs will Help You to Realize That Your Toddler is Spoiled

If you are a parent of toddler then you may be familiar with the word that “You are going to spoil your kid!” But what you actually mean by spoiled kid? And a burning question is that how do you know that your toddler is spoiled? However, there are so many terms that will alert you that your toddler is going to spoil. In this article we have discussed some of the major signs that will help you to realize that something is wrong. These factors are pretty easily noticeable. So, continue reading and find out that any of the signs get similar to your kids behavior.

They are not satisfied with what they have

Kids actually express their satisfaction through what they have. But if you notice that your kids are not staying satisfied with the toys they have or something else, then they are probably on the way of spoil. They will start to compare their position with others. So, be careful about this and make them realize that what they have is the best.

Nature of manipulating any situation

Toddlers are pretty clever and makes complains now and then. For instance, when you go to any grocery shop, they will start to complain if you don’t give them what they want. Again, for skipping classes they will pretend to be sick. Like these there are so many things they can do. So, make rules and punishment for their bad behavior. As soon as you can establish those rules your life will be hassle-free and again they will remain as good boy/girl.

Want to Play Alone all the time

You will notice that spoiled children are mostly attention seekers. They easily get bored and want you to entertain them constantly. For this they don’t want to interact with other child and play alone. Doing so they try to catch your attention. And if you don’t join them, they will cry, whine and throw things towards you. This is really a very bad habit of them. So, you need to be aware of these.

They will rude or mean to others

Your little beloved one may not be rude to you but when you’ll see that they are rude to other people or their friend then you are raising a brat for sure. They will start to talk about adults also behind their back, which is not good at all. It can be a great sign that your toddler is spoiled. So, make them understand about this bad manner and teach them how to interact with their friends and adult people.

Notice if you have a habit of giving bribe

It is a very bad habit to give bribe to kids. And if you are giving your child bribe to behave politely then you are spoiling your own kids. Keep an eye on them and notice that if they are doing the thing they are supposed to do without being told. If you see that they are not cooperating with you and arguing continuously then you may have a brat on your hands. So, stay away from giving bribe and teach them moral values.

Habit of throwing tantrums daily

It is a common habit of spoiled toddler. If they want or whine for anything and if you say no to that then they will start to hit you or scream. For example, if you go to any grocery shop and if they ask for anything and if you refuse their request then they will be disappointed and start to behave like monsters. Be careful about this type of incidents and don’t keep all of their requests all the time.

They will embarrass you in public

A spoiled child will do all the things in public to embarrass you like calling by your names, screaming, yelling, run back and forth etc. If your children start to these things in front of other people or child then they may be going in the wrong way. It is not right for little kids to do such things. They are supposed to be act like innocent and listen to your every word. So, take proper steps before they stop learning to you and spoil totally.


I is okay for little kids to do naughty and foolish things, but it becomes a matter of concern when they not act normally. These are the basic signs that you will understand your toddler is ok or not. Notice them properly and find out any of these signs are visible in them or not. Happy parenting!