Okay so having a baby is tireing but I actually think having a 2 year old can really keep me on my toes. What are your 2 yos up to?
Dylan tries to climb over the back of the couch. Climbs on tables. Uses stools and chairs to get to high places. Throws his toys everywhere and throws fits if he can't go outside everytime the door opens.
If you didn't have 2 yos yourselves and you were reading this you would be thinking sell that kid on ebay (JK), but since we all have 2 yo let me know what your LOs are doing that makes you want to pull out your hair. :P
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04-14-2009, 08:49 PM #1
04-15-2009, 04:57 AM #2Tess914Registered Userhas no status.
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oh Gwen....I think I have the SAME 2 yo!!! omg...he is just into everything and very very active Timmy does all the same things plus I have a very hard time taking him anywhere with me because he won't stay in a cart! He like to explore way too much!!! I am just hoping when these little ones come he will be coming off these 2yo crazies!!! lol...you will be there soon and can tell me all about itTESS
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04-15-2009, 06:06 AM #3
LOL. Oh yes the shopping cart is an issue to. What i do is give him cheerios or goldfish to munch on while we shop and that works for a while we also give him lollipops. I can't really chase him now, I am huge, so he has to get strapped in and he hates it. I think our LOs are just alike. As the saying goes this too shall pass, I hope it is a quick pass though.
04-16-2009, 09:29 AM #4MarchBabyRegistered Userhas no status.
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Ansley is a climber and she wants to do everything her big brother is doing (that includes wanting up on his big spider man bike.....UUUGGGHHH). She doesn't like to sit in the shopping cart much because she wants to "Waaaaa." (Walk) Whenever I try to help her with something, she says, "I'm fine, Mommy, I'm fine." I usually have to carry her when we're out because she doesn't always want to hold my hand.
She's a pretty even tempered little one, which is nice, but when she is upset or frustrated about something...WATCH OUT!! She can throw a big tantrum complete with big tears, blood curdling screams, floor rolling and kicking.
We no longer use diapers, but still use pull ups when we're on the go and during nap and night times. She is using the potty regularly now to pee, but poops in the pull ups. She LOVES her "princess undies."
Ansley is eating pretty well now. Her favorites are french fries with ketchup and pizza. However, she eats most fruits, chicken and many veggies like carrots, broccoli and peas. She also loves all dairy (cheese, yogurt, milk and ice cream).
Overall, I'm LOVING this stage and as my son finishes his year in pre-school and looks to kindergarten, I'm well aware of how quickly it all goes.Tricia (36) married to DH (36)
Mom to two mirales: (5/17/04) and (3/20/07)
04-16-2009, 06:34 PM #5
Wow Ansley eats veggies, thats great Dyl only eats french fries and white carrots. I hope he gets better with this. What a big girl going pee pee in the potty.
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