haha love this thread.. any braggers out there?? come on there must be someone???
Id like to brag.. but i know as soon as i do the tables will turn so im staying tight lipped for now
Don't brag before she's officially 2
I asked once about the terrible 2s as Omar wasn't showing any signs before his second birthday. It seems like once they turn 2 years, they go through a personality switch
I had heard this, and had actually thought maybe I got lucky before Lachlan turned two...um...nope. He's only been two for a couple of weeks and oh my, tantrums galore. Literally had his first whopper of a tantrum on his birthday He was amazingly behaved before and now we're getting tantrums left right and centre haha.
we're at 22months and very rarely have a complete meltdown tantrum....
I sometimes wonder if im too soft with him?! lol
but then i can generally sense when somethings brewing and try distraction! lol...but i have heard as soon as they hit 2 they are more frequent...im scared! lol xx
I will enlighten you ladies to a saying my mother taught me. I laughed at first now I find it's very true
Not long after each birthday something flicks that switch and you need to change your parenting tactics thankfully each stage only last a month or two. It's all development leaps 4 year old one being by far the worse like have a miniature teenager!!
As you're more experienced, what's the best age to look forward to?
18 when they move out
I kid, Actually I really liked it when James got to 9 and up to now. We can have such a laugh together and I can safely say he's my friend. We have similar taste in music and stuff.
I did like 4-5's too when they start school and really start leanring.
Actually every age has it's benefits.... Until 13 I imagine xx
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