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What do you do when a toddler hits his grandparent ...

What do you do when a toddler hits his paternal grandparent, who he lives with with his father, after returning from his weekly (3 hour) visitation with his maternal grandparent. This outburst happens after every visit but only in the front yard when he's being dropped off. Once inside the house, he's fine. They have lived with us for 4 months and his mother is not involved in his life.

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