5 Things That Make Toddlers Fabulous (And Drive Us Nuts)

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5 Things That Make Toddlers Fabulous (And Drive Us Nuts)

This post is a bit of a “Flashback Friday” as it was originally done as a guest post for Epic Mommy Adventures! I enjoyed writing this post and wanted to make sure all saw it who might have missed it! 🙂 Living with a toddler is often like being on a roller coaster. You are never quite sure what you will get from moment to moment. If your toddler is two, like mine is, you will likely deal with the occasional tantrum or meltdown. Life with a toddler can be interesting. My toddler, Ginny, is two-years-old, but seems to think

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My Little Jekyl & Hyde

Some days can be a challenge with a toddler. Unfortunately, you can’t plan ahead of time because you don’t know when those difficult days will strike in advance. Well, at least most of the time. As I get to know my two-year-old more and more, there are moments when I can easily predict we will have a tough day. For example, I thought this past Thursday might be tough because my parents were leaving that morning after a week long visit. I was right. However, I had no idea how hard of a day it would be. It was a

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Wordless Wednesday: A Week With My Girls

Ginny playing with her birthday toy. (Note: The purpose of the toy does not include getting in it.) Grace fighting sleep by crying. In the midst of a temper tantrum. I think it had to do with not being allowed to change her pants or something. Lots of tummy time! Isn’t this how you would prefer to watch TV? In a box? Another tantrum. She wanted me to take her picture. I did. “Picture, picture,” said my 2 year old. Here is that picture. Helping daddy stuff diapers.  

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Terrible Two Tantrum: Wordless Wednesday

Nothing compares to a terrible two tantrum (well, except maybe a threenager or four-year-old…). You don’t know when they’ll hit, and, often, when they’ll come to an end. Every parent needs to be prepared for the inevitable meltdown when in public. When at home, a camera does the trick. After all, you might need photos for their wedding day to share.  Last night, my newly two-year-old toddler, Ginny, noticed a couple of pacifiers on the kitchen cabinet. They were there so I could wash them. She wanted one. We said no because Ginny only gets the paci at nap or

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