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    It's embarrassing isn't it.
    There's no malice in it, they just find falling over funny! hehe

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    Yep. My 9 year old is just as bad. We were at the local markets and came across a candle stall where the owner sold her very creative hand made creations. Dd1, who was standing next to the stall holder, turned to me and said "mum you can make these at home and they will be way cheaper". The ground could have swallowed me whole.

    Dd2 is fantastic at pulling my top down and yelling "BOOBIES" for all to hear and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debsch View Post
    I can relate to your 2nd point.
    This morning our nearly 2 year old, standing on his step, watched/helped me make breakfast on the kitchen counter, which today for both of us was warm milk on oatbrits with cinnamon, sultanas, a drizzle of honey and a dollop of yoghurt. Then he cried and carried on when I put it on the table. He's been doing this for the past week or so and I just DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
    Anyway, it stayed on the table and he ate it a couple hours later for morning tea. Same thing happened at lunch time. Ate lunch a few hours later for afternoon tea. Maybe I'm feeding him tooooooo much?!
    So not cheeky yet, just very CONFUSING!
    OMG so so glad to read this. Every morning my ds watches me make breakfast but cries and has a tanty when I put it on the table in front of him. I ignore for a while and he usually starts eating but today he tipped it all on the floor. Grrrrrr

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    I agree - 2 year olds are confusing! A few days ago my DS climbed into his car seat (which he loves to do and is usually proud of himself). When I proclaimed "you did it yourself", he burst into tears saying "no, my want mummy do it"! So, why climb up yourself if you wanted me to do it in the first place? So odd....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funnels View Post
    OMG so so glad to read this. Every morning my ds watches me make breakfast but cries and has a tanty when I put it on the table in front of him. I ignore for a while and he usually starts eating but today he tipped it all on the floor. Grrrrrr

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    Just have to update and let you know what happened soon after just in case it happens to you. So after eating his breakfast at morning tea time and his lunch for afternoon tea, that evening he didn't eat dinner. The next day he had his breakfast and then nothing else the whole day. Refused to eat. Didn't have lunch or afternoon tea or dinner. And we didn't offer him anything else other than the usual. Hubby was worried but I had my MIL's advice on fussy eaters in my mind - "day one no eat, day two no eat, day three EAT!"... and guess what? Day three he ate.

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    My DD is not quite 2 yet, but has been displaying 2 year old behaviour for quite a while now.
    The other day she scribbled with brown texta all over her mirror, and when i told her off she tried to blame... the cat. (nice try baby girl)

    She also backchats (even though she can barely speak). If you tell her off she gets a cross look on her face, points her finger and says 'stop! shush!'

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    After trying to cut DS's toe nails (I gave up because he was crying and carrying on so much), DS yelled:

    "Never, ever cut (insert name)'s toes!!"

    He also has this obsession with pulling small tyres off toy cars, holding money (he likes to have gold coins,) marbles/small balls, pips, buttons, small rocks, pebbles, beans from bean bags etc. Anything small!

    A quick walk to the park is never possible.

    Everything he loves to play with is a choking hazard!
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