I think the baby girl has Italian blood in her. Her body language reminds me of those Italian mobsters from gangster movies. Kids are pretty much like sponges. Parents greatly affect their children’s behavior. It is important that parents set the right examples. If arguing among parents is done fairly and with maturity, a child can actually benefit from seeing how conflicts are resolved. Verbal and physical fights are extremely hard on kids. Children may blame themselves and may be traumatized by that thought. Also children may develop low self-esteems and may even turn into violent bullies. Children often repeat their parents’ behavior in their future relationships. The way parents discipline the kid also greatly affects their children’s behavior. When a parent uses physical punishment, such as spanking, it does not teach the child how to change his behavior. Children can also react aggressively to this kind of punishment. When parents choose alternate forms of punishment, such as time-outs, they are helping modify the child’s bad behavior in a calm manner, which helps the kid process what he did wrong. Whatever you do, try to do it in a positive way with love and respect.