My DD is 2 years and 4 months and won't let us put new pj's on her. She has worn the same type of pj's, cotton, shirt and shorts, for as long as we can remember, and she hasn't had a problem before. She is starting to be assertive with which clothes she wears during the day also.
She was with me when I bought the new pj's and she liked them, but there is no way she will wear them.....
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15-03-2012 08:35 #1
15-03-2012 08:39 #2
She is becoming aware of her independence, such a minor battle I would just let her get away with this one, it wont be forever and no harm will come of it.
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15-03-2012 08:53 #3
She is such a stubborn little thing . The pj shorts she wears have virtually no elastic and every time she walks she has to pull them up from around her ankles... Pretty funny to watch, but she won't give in..... Just like her dad and nanna......
16-03-2012 08:16 #4
I took her to the shoe shop yesterday to get a new pair of shoes, I only buy really good quality ones, one pair when she grows out of the previous pair, and she wouldn't even try the new ones.... The old ones are falling apart and dirty and nearly too small, but there was no way she was giving them up. Even for a new pair EXACTLY the same as the old pair in the next size up! Goodness me, what a trial!
16-03-2012 09:12 #5Child led parent here...save me :)
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OMG sounds just like my DD she really does pick her battles, at the moment it is shoes and clothes in general...she just wants to be naked all the time! WTF! I think it is just the age. She will argue over which plate to use, which cup etc I try to give her a choice of two things...I try to make them two things I want her to use/have.
Its such a tough age but their personalities are to die for
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