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Lately when Bailey has a melt down I have to leave the room so she can't see me laughing. Despite the crying/screaming, she is adorable when she has one, and it's funny the way she shoves anyone who tries to soothe her away. She pushes whoever (me, tom, the boys) with both her hand and a foot screaming nooooooo. But the look of disgust on her face is just absolutely priceless. Maybe if she let me settle her down I wouldn't have a chance to notice how funny she is, but since she won't I'm now struggling not to laugh.
Nicole: Tom's Wife [5.7.05]; Mommy of Thomas [9.6.05], Collin [1.17.08], & Bailey [10.2.09]
I still have to do that with Jasmine at times. Lucy likes to peek up from her melt down to see who is watching her. If there is no one watching she'll stop and go back to whatever it was that she was doing. If you watch her she'll continue. Its so cute but don't tell her that.
It depends on the level of tantrum... Full melt downs? No, because I am fighting the urge to book myself a ticket to Mexico. But the little ones? Yep, I do have a hard time not laughing at the silly girl.