I have two daughters of age 4 and 2. I still doing breastfeeding to both of them by hoping better developed child. First you can comment on about it. The one main thing about I like to ask about is elder (4 years old) daughter started to behave like her grandma.
The behavior I do not like to withstand are throwing things (including hitting things down from tables and desks) even her toys. I see her that she doesn't keep her things and toys neatly after when she was done playing. How do I teach her to handle things gentle and keep her things very well(to value them).
Another problem is I have difficulty in teaching them sharing. I read some parenting blogs and they said sharing is not easy to teach the kids of their ages. I like have some opinions about it too. But when I bought toys for them no matter how it can be divided and shared equally between them there would be sharing conflicts at all times. Elder one has habit of snapping things from younger one. This behavior we do not want to encourage anymore and how it can be stopped. During these day elder one was trying small size clothes of her sister when she saw her sister was wearing which is impractical and have trouble to understand her those small clothes are not comfortable for her anymore. This to teach sharing lessons are very hard to manage when dealing with little daughter. She can speak full length of sentences and phrases what grown man says but it doesn't seem she would understand the meanings of words so when she heartily cried for something she wants from her elder sister it is difficult and long to console her and make her understand sharing.
Another point is we 4 family members are living in small apartment. So if I try to use timeout for elder one it doesn't seem effective because she was not isolated alone very well. She knew that she was being punished for her bad behavior and she doesn't like timeout period but actually the place for timeout is not so timeout place I think.
Another thing is they both are very active (hyperactive I read questions about hyperactive child here) they sleep very late earliest 11pm and sometimes midnight to 1/2 am which makes me exhausting. They wake up late in mornings (around 10am) and they usually do a small nap around 4pm. All the rest time they are very active and noisy. I reduced their screen/TV time limited to 2 hours per day (sometimes less than that). I know I have to shift their sleeping times and nap time but I do not know how to start. I do attachment parenting and they are sleeping with us in one bed at night I do breastfeeding to both of them. I tried to switch off all the lights to persuade them to sleep but the younger daughter doesn't like darkness so I gave up. What can I do to sleep them around 8 or 9 pm and wake up at 7 am or should I let it go their sleeping patterns?