My son is a over 1 year now and is getting into everything he can!(breaking cups at dinner,biting the dog,biting people,pinching,pulling hair and then laughs about all of this because daddy does!) Everyday it seems harder and harder with him.Reason being I am the only parent who says no when he is being "bad". My husband never says no to him and turns everything into a game of some sort when the baby is doing something he is not supposed to do! Now my son only wants his dad on a constant basis! Is this normal? I'm starting to feel like people think that i'm a bad mom because i'm constantly saying NO! Not only that its when I pick him up he cries while were in front of people and I can only imagine what they are thinking. However there is no problem at all when my husband is not around the baby is so good when I have him by myself. Its a difficult situation. How can I get my husband to agree with me, am I being too tough? I need some advice from the more experienced moms!! help!

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