It’s not uncommon for children to be uncomfortable or upset when getting their nails trimmed. There are a few things you can try to make the experience less stressful for your child:
Try cutting your child’s nails while they are sleeping or drowsy.
Distract your child with a toy or a favorite activity while you cut their nails.
Use a baby-safe clipper or scissors specifically designed for cutting small nails.
Go slowly and be gentle when cutting your child’s nails.
Reward your child with a favorite treat or activity after the nails are cut.
It’s also a good idea to be patient and not rush when cutting your child’s nails. With time, your child may become more used to the process and less resistant.