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Old 02-13-2013, 10:31 AM   #11
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LOL I was soooo sympathetic, I couldn't believe it... now I CAN believe it, and yeah, still sympathetic as my 24 mo is right there in the whiny black hole.
She is convinced that screaming PLEASE while crying is acceptable ("I can't hear your yucky whiny voice").
Bedtime has turned into a struggle and when DH says "we gotta move her to a bed in April" I want to hit him. Hard.
In between she is super sweet and happy but OH MAN it is instantaneous thunderclouds when the tiniest thing doesn't go her way.

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It doesnt get better either. My 4.5 year old girl is doing the same and the 7 year old boy can throw an almighty tantrum too. My 2.5 year old is the only normal one right now.

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My just turned 2 year old has been doing this for the last week. Cries "mommy" over and over but won't tell me what she wants, then finally gets frustrated with me, runs to her room, throws herself on her bed and sobs for a few minutes before coming out again. I haven't a clue what is bothering her!

It's a nice little preview of years to come I guess
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:17 PM   #14
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My almost 20 month old is a delightfully witchy soul who is bent on destroying my sanity. She is DEFINATELY PMSing!!! LOL

So, now to invent Toddler Midol.
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:18 PM   #15
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And as I post this, I realize that I still have "newborn girl" on my siggy. My "newborn" just threw a plate of food across the table because she was out of peas. I want my newborn back.
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My just turned 2 year old has been doing this for the last week. Cries "mommy" over and over but won't tell me what she wants, then finally gets frustrated with me, runs to her room, throws herself on her bed and sobs for a few minutes before coming out again. I haven't a clue what is bothering her!

It's a nice little preview of years to come I guess
OMG DD does this all. the. time. Only without the running to her room part... she just stands there and glares at me.
Hey, I know what she'll look like at 14 when I tell her NO WAY is she going out with that boy/getting that tatto/going to that concert. I have already seen "the look"
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Re: My 20 month old has her period.

Eek! Mine usually morph around 18 months. Only 4 more months to go with my baby...
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18-26 months has been THE WORST so far for my girls...
Yes! Though DD is 26 months right now. Are you saying it gets better at 27 months? :fingers crossed:

Of course we also have a new baby at home which doesn't help at all!
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And your title totally scared me! I actually thought your baby girl started her menstral cycle!!! LOL
Me too! I was thinking was scary that was while opening the thread!

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My 13 month old just learned how to throw tantrums. Fun times!
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