“I’ve been hearing a lot of scary stories about 2-year-olds.”
"I've taught this toddler to say 'please,' a word he thinks means 'I command you to do this.'"
Living with a toddler is kind of like living with a tiny drunk person.
That's the thing with humour -- it has this magical ability to lighten the mood immediately. Changing a boring old parenting request into an invitation to play, we'd salvaged the morning and had a ball in the process.
Doesn't it seem like everyone around you is getting pregnant or having babies? There must be something in the water, and about 99.9% of us moms want to drink it.
Have you ever seen the look on the face of a 2 year old who just found out they are going to the park? Let me tell you, it
While toddlers do have tantrums because they can't have or do what they want, I honestly believe they aren't driven by a desire to piss you off.
Featuring crayon hoarding, confusing menu demands and more.
I have spent many years around young children and if there is one thing I have learned about boys.... they will be boys. Full of life, full of adventure, but more than anything, full of energy.