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    When did your eldest become more reasonable? Before 5!? If not, maybe conveniently 'forget' to reply to my question! Haha
    Once she started preprimary. She still has her moments but they are rare.

    My 2 year old on the other hand. God she's hard work.

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    Thanks everyone, sorry it wasn't a question more a "my 4yo does this, what's yours doing?"

    Great to hear all the different stories and about their little or in my case not do little personalities!
    @Sonja I definitely don't give choice unless I'm not bothered by the outcome either, he just fascinates me that even when given choice he still manages a true contrarian response 😂

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    My 4yr old loves to disagree with me! It seems she has to school me, as she tends to know a lot more about everything than me, especially when she's tired!!! 😂😂😂😂

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    I have decided my almost 5yo will be an excellent contract/legal negotiator. I have to have some kind of silver lining. DH thought it was amusing she argued with me between 2-4 and encouraged her by treading her to ask double or nothing when she asked for for things and now she has been arguing with him the last 18months much to my delight.


 

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