J is just over 2 and SUPER smart. He is the kind of kid who routinely gives me a wicked little smirk to let me know that he knows he's breaking the rules. I work sooo hard at being consistent and try to employ mostly positive discipline techniques, but he just does not take me seriously when I tell him no or get mad. Since a lot of the reason-driven techniques for helping children cope with right or wrong don't seem to have much impact at this age, I am at a loss. When I tell him no, he just grins and keeps doing it. I physically stop him and he smiles and tries again. We've started trying time-out again, but after many the other day I found myself holding him in place otherwise he was rolling away and giggling when I went to get him and set him back down. So, how do I get him to take me seriously? I need him to know that I mean business! It is SOOOOOO frustrating to feel powerless!I realize he will push boundaries, but I need for him to know that mommy will be very angry if he does. Help!!!! Driving me nuts!