Okay, that was hilarious! My youngest has some of the same outbursts. It cracks me up, how they go from fine, to INSANE, to fine again in a matter of moments! Thanks for the laugh this morning!If you're full of free time, I'm being featured over at www.knockoffdecor.com today. = ) http://knockoffdecor.com/wall-mounted-childrens-bookshelf/
At least she did not bang her head on the brick floor. One of my granddaughters was a head banger. She banged her head on floor, wall, fence concrete porch floor; wherever and whenever she got angry. Doctor said when she hurt herself she would stop. Took many bumps, knots and scrapes before she finally stopped. Oh and keep the car keys away from your little one:)
So funny! I love it!
This IS hilarious - Little Priss Pot is SO persistent and frustrated!! Love it!!!
LOL, that looks just like Sweet pea!! I had to take a second look to see if it was her. Thanks for sharing.Oh, where did you find the stroller at? too cute!Sharon
LOL! I just died laughing. On top of it, my 18 month old ran over to see what the commotion was about. He does this often when he is tired and frustrated simultaneously. Luckily, he's learned the word 'help' and uses it frequently. This is such a great video!
hey...i've had days like that. lol
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I'm just glad to see that there are other children doing the same thing as my daughter!
Seriously that is the FUNNIEST video ever!! I think if she could talk you might have had to wash her mouth out with soap LOLOLOL!!! I had to watch it 3 times just because it was so funny. I think you did exactly what you should have done. Just teach her the words and then laugh!!
Oh this made me laugh. My little boy Aaron (18 months) is the same way. We call him sassy pants. He just gets so frustrated and screams and throws things and as mean as it is, it's just so funny. You're such a great mom for talking her through it.
I am soooooo glad to hear that I am not the ONLY one with a little who is very passionate, emotional, strong willed, and the list goes on and on! I wanted to share because well, it REALLY IS FUNNY, but also, to be honest I was kind of shocked so for those of you with littles who act like this I wanted you to know that it is typical for some toddlers. I actually talked to Harper's Dr about this because I was so worried at first that she REALLY needed anger management, but I was told that it is ok and that I actually responded correctly (who would have thought!)! Thank you all for sharing your experiences with me! Your advice and comments mean more to me than you'll ever know! Yall are the BEST!
This is not funny.Why would any mother want to spend almost 3 minutes filming a little girl that obviously needs her mom not to be filming but to be helping out. Learning your children to manage anger will not happen by feeding their frustrations.I see there is a HUGE difference in the way we raise our children in Europe. Thank goodness.
Oh my does that bring back memories of my children at that age doing that!!! Thank u for sharing just wait enjoy those lil moments now!!!!lol
HAHAHAH! Oh my gosh, that's my 2 year old...right there. It's the best when they throw tantrums in the store and everyone looks at you like you need the loser mother of the year award! I always thought the terrible twos were an old wives tale! But they're not! They hit at 18 months and who knows when they end! Hahahah! It's much cuter when it's someone else's kid! I was totally cracking up! She's too cute!
Hahahaha! Children in Europe? Gosh you guys must be different. Giving in to your child's every need-only adding to their neediness and dependancy. This is GREAT Nat :) She is SUCH a Diva! She's a queen!-Dell