My little girl, Ella, will be three in a week. She can be the sweetest child on earth when she wants to, lovable, affectionate, showering you with hugs and kisses and giving you little things she made. The problem is, when she wants to do something and I tell her no for whatever reason, she will do her darndest to do what she wanted anyway. For instance, today she tried to take a toy from her one month old sister, and I explained that it was Morgan's toy, and Ella had her own "big girl" toys. Then I offered to let her play with another toy of Morgan's which was almost identical to the one she wanted (just a different color) and she proceeded to try to take the first toy and try to pull it off the play mat that Morgan was on. She can be saucy too, not just to me but to her father, grandparents, aunts, anyone really. Especially if we try to help her do something that she wants to do by herself. I know these behaviours are normal for that age, but when I try to discipline her she acts like I'm playing a game. Putting her in the corner doesn't work. She laughs and runs out. I can put her back a thousand times and she STILL tries to escape. Sometimes taking a favorite toy will work, but not always. What have you all tried with your own kids that seemed to work? Or do I just have to suck it up and wait until she grows out of this stage?