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I feel as a 4 year old there should really only be crying for when they get hurt, or scared, or really sad. But Kami still cries rather then using her words when she can't do something and something doesn't go her way
I seriously would almost rather have her curse then cry and whine.
Ex: She tries to make her bed and she can't get a blanket to spread out nice so she starts bouncing on her knees crying and having a tantrum...WTH?!?!
Rather her just yell out, "Lay right you f@cking blanket!"
I know she is very high strung, but just wondering if other LO her age still whine and cry over stupid sh*t rather then using words......or is Kami the only one still not using her words and expressing herself with tantrums?!?!?
~Erika & Jayme proud parents of Kami & Aiden
Isabelle is more of a grumpkin, especially when she's tired or hungry. So by the end of the day it's a constant scream fest at my house. She doesn't 'cry' as much as just fight everything I ask her to do and scream.
Marcus still ends up crying a lot when things don't go his way but he's still behind in speech. He's getting better, but he still throws tantrums. It's frustrating because I've already got a 2 year old, I don't need a 4 year old throwing tantrums too!
Oh my Zoey is still doing this. I wish she would stop we tell her it is a no no since she is a big sister. The only one allowed to fuss and whine because she doesn't know any better is Olivia her baby sister.