Title pretty much says it all, I know its meana be the terrible 2's but madam is 15 months and a complete nightmare at the minute.
Since she learnt to walk she is so so stroppy she spends a large portion of her day crying and screaming and I'm on my own with her pretty much all the time and its really starting to get to me. Is it normal for them to be so stroppy?!
Also she used to listen when I said no but now she does it anyway and I find I'm spending a lot of time telling her no.
Any tips on how to get through this stage, coz I'm going crazy!
I Know with Lane we were very clear with him that what he is doing is not okay. And with a little time and consistency we kicked the habit. He still acts up from time to time but we dont let him get away with it. Good luck hun!
To be honest i think the terrible 2's needs renaming, because it defiantly starts around 15 months.
Amari was TERRIBLE for ages, but i can assure you, you soon learn how to deal with the situations and when they may arise. My only advise is distract, distract, distract when you feel a tantrum might be coming....If you say no for example, suggest something else she can do instead
about now is the right time to encourage drawing or painting in her highchair (if your not already), or playing in water (i find a morning of her sat in the sink is always fairly relaxing hahaha)
Amari has just about started growing out of it (although some days are still bad) x x
Jake's been a pain in the bum today, he's having a nap so I get 5 mins peace. He had 2 friends over earlier and he kept pushing them over, I ended up putting him on the stairs to remove him from them (obviously I was watching him) but he's been throwing toys about and shouting all day lol
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