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    Default Ahh! One of those days

    You know, the ones where your LO seems to have a teary over everything?

    Today DS2 has had major meltdowns for the following reasons:
    - Daddy emptied the wee out of the potty
    - play school finished
    - the plastic water bottle he was playing with got a dent in it.

    And his twin is quite enjoying egging him on *shakes head* I am sure we will have more as the day progresses lol.
    Anyone else having a day like this?

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    Ds2 has been like this today.

    -Because ds1 looked at him.

    -Because ds1 wanted to play with him.

    -Because the music on the toy stopped.

    Lots more but Its just been a whole teary morning

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    Because the toast was broken- he'd taken a bite out of it.

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    Today has been one of those days here too

    DS cried because he wanted more food then cried when I have him more food. Cried because he wanted to get down from the high chair then cried when I took him out of the high chair! Not just normal tears, a full blown tantrum!

    I feel awful today so I'm counting down the minutes until bedtime

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    Oh me too me too!

    DS spat it today for the following reasons:

    - his chalk broke (both pieces still usable)

    - the blue ball rolled under the couch

    - he did a poo but didn't want to stop playing so I could change him

    - he didn't get to say his name during the "I wonder what your name is song"

    Toddlers! 😩

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    Today has been one of those days here too

    DS cried because he wanted more food then cried when I have him more food. Cried because he wanted to get down from the high chair then cried when I took him out of the high chair! Not just normal tears, a full blown tantrum!

    I feel awful today so I'm counting down the minutes until bedtime
    Big hugs. I too, am counting down to bed time.
    We've progressed from the epic pointless tantrums to both boys deliberately annoying the cr@p out of each other and not listening.

    *deep breaths* kinda wishing I still drank wine now lol

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    Default Ahh! One of those days

    Oh thank god you're all going through the same! But shame at the same time.

    Didn't want to put clothes on to go out

    Didn't want to go out but didn't want to stay home

    Doesn't like our column fan spinning, it must remain still

    Wants *insert request here* for lunch, but then doesn't eat any of it

    Wants me to stand up, but then asks me to sit down. I sit down but not in that spot - mummy sit over there.

    Didn't like me crossing my legs so tries to force my top leg onto the ground.

    Wants to watch cartoons and Maya Bee comes on which apparently is not a cartoon so cries until I put 'cartoons' on

    Doesn't want me to pick up 6 WO DS, tells me he doesn't want a feed, he doesn't want his bum changed, doesn't want *insert relevant activity here*

    This happens EVERY SINGLE DAY. I'm losing my mind! I look forward to nap times, bed times and the 2 days she goes to her grandparents houses.

    Does any one else's toddler do these types if things all day every day? She just never seems happy - ever!!

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    Ds3 got put to bed because he was sleeping on the boob and then decided to wake up, ds2 has been out in his room for biting and I have ds3 biscuits so I could have some peace.

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    I hope everyone has had at least a little relief with their LOs (hopefully)'sleeping now.
    Unlike my two, who have just woken from the the "nap" they started at 4:30pm 😫 why oh why couldn't they just sleep through!?!?


 

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