I'm pretty sure my kids were attempting to break the record for the worlds longest simultaneous tantrum, both of them going at it for an hour. Why? Because one wanted to leave crèche and the other wanted to stay, the one who wanted to stay begun the tantrum as soon as we left which was a cue for the other to join in.
Now after burning 600 calories I am attempting to not eat ALL THE THINGS out of pure frustration.
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12-06-2012 10:10 #1
So walking home from the gym...
12-06-2012 10:37 #2Senior Member
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I feel your pain!
My DD never wants to leave the crèche at our gym, they are usually closing and packing up all the toys around her but she still trys to play with them all and when she sees me she tells me "bye bye" because she wants me to go away.
12-06-2012 10:47 #3
DD loves it, she calls it school and would go every day if she could. Hit and a miss with DS, sometimes he likes it, sometimes he hates it.
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