Hello parents of the stack,
My lovely 11-month old daughter, since learning to crawl, detests being sat down in her high chair to eat, or on the toilet to eliminate. She does this stiffening move to become flat like a board so that you can't bend her to sit. She just wails to boot which makes the struggle to get her seated that much more enjoyable. We've employed a couple tricks that help to a moderate extent. We've given her toys in her hands(little cups) while trying to set her down. This distracted her enough to often plant her but in the chair. However, she's got to the point where she knows that schtick. Anyone have any other hacks for dealing with the stiffening, refusing to sit infant? Thanks Parents!