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    Default Little miss independent!

    My 2 yr old dd thinks she can do everything herself, I'm not aloud to help with anything, while I admire her determination it can be so frustrating!! Here's this mornings efforts when she decided her breakfast needed tomato sauce, granted it probably serves me right for not watching her :-/

    So what antics do your independent loved ones get up too???
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    How cute
    My 16 month dd is the same but she thinks she's an old lady haha I'm watching her sweep the floor with her toy broom and she just told me off for leaving my shoes on the floor so I had to put them on while she sweeps! Lol

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    My 2.5 year old is so independent and cheeky! After only a few weeks of toilet training she now takes her own pants & knickers off, wees and dries herself!
    The other day I told her she needed to finish her bowl of pear slices before she could have anything else to eat. So the cheeky thing emptied the pear in the bin and said 'bowls empty mummy!' So hard to get mad at her lol

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    Default Re: Little miss independent!

    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    How cute
    My 16 month dd is the same but she thinks she's an old lady haha I'm watching her sweep the floor with her toy broom and she just told me off for leaving my shoes on the floor so I had to put them on while she sweeps! Lol
    Awwwww! That's so adorable!!!

    My DD is only 9.5 months but I can tell already that she's going to be miss independent. Looking forward to hearing others' stories.

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    Default Little miss independent!

    My 21 month old DD is hilariously independent! She would rather be uncomfortable with her shoes on the wrong feet, shorts on backwards and shirt on without her arms through than have help! Oh and that's how we have to walk around the shops too!


 

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