My husband and I have a 3-year-old. The issue is that my husband never says "no" to our son. Whatever my son whines for he gets from my husband: unlimited candy, watching TV, no bath, staying up hours past his bedtime. Now, whenever my husband is with us, our son will throw a fit over everything until he gets his way.
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