If you love 2's...

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If you love 2's...
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Wed, 11-11-2009 - 3:48pm
My sister sarcastically told me "if you love 2's then you'll love 3's" I kinda rolled my eyes at her thinking that she didn't know what she was talking about. She couldn't be more right! My son Lincoln will be 3 next month. He is a great boy with the biggest heart of anyone I know, but he is "testing" us ALL of the time! Can anyone else identify with this?? LOL!!

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Wed, 11-11-2009 - 4:58pm
I thought I had escaped the "terrible 2s"
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Wed, 11-11-2009 - 10:11pm

WOW~you're almost there-6.5 weeks to go!! I know so many women who are prego now! Your daughter is such a cutie pie!! She doesn't look like she would cause a bit of trouble!!


I thought I had escaped it too!! My son has begun his transformation. It started out bad, then tapered off (we thought we won!!), now it's full blown. Tonight he emptied out an almost full bottle of baby powder all over his sister (she just turn one), all over her room and all over himself, all in a matter of about 2-3 minutes. He bit his cousin, really hard, with all of his teeth,

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Thu, 11-12-2009 - 3:32pm
Oh my goodness! Mara's not one to get into stuff like that-she just likes to stress me out by thowing tantrums when she wants something/doesn't want to do something. Her new thing is to do it in public so I have no choice but take her to the car! I"m still so surprised at how many people will give mothers ugly looks when their child is mis-behaving. Seriously?! Don't people know that kids act like that from time to time?! So hard when you're already stressed by your child-then you have do deal with the glares of other people. UGH!
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Fri, 11-13-2009 - 11:41am
oh yeah... unfortunately... and I've heard a lot of others agree as well. It must be the whole "I now realize that I don't have to listen to you" thing... where they start pushing to see how much independence they can get.. lol Hopefully it gets better at 4? Or it'll at least morph into something else ;)

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Sat, 11-14-2009 - 5:46pm
Tantrums in public is so embarassing!! I know all about that, but I don't take my kid to the car, we have a "time out" in the corner in the restroom. He is usually pretty good in public b/c he is soooooo shy, he usually morphs into a mute, LOL!! But he can be loud too. I know the stares that people give, either they don't have kids or are too old to remember what it was like, lol!!!!

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Sat, 11-14-2009 - 5:48pm

How do they realize that at such a young age? LOL! I guess it's part of growing up. Yesterday my 3 year old decided to help his sister, 1, to poke both of her eyes at the same time. Yeah, fun stuff, LOL!!!


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