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November 25th, 2011, 11:58 PM
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Michael started having these little tantrums this week. He went from a child who only cried when hungry or sleepy to a child who cries and screams a minute after things don't go his way. He also has a cold ( runny nose) and /or teething, so I'm not sure if his behavior relates to that. Anyone else?
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November 26th, 2011, 04:20 AM
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This is HELL! Ryker screams most of the day now. He had gotten so much better about being happy, and now he can be happy about 30 minutes and then he starts screaming as he wanders around draping himself over me.
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November 26th, 2011, 04:42 AM
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Elaina has a horrible temper....especially when made to do something she doesn't want to do. Getting her dressed has become a nightmare. She kicks and screams and thrashes about like a mad woman. Then she has her sweet moments when she's smacking her lips for kisses, hugging and patting my back. My son says she is bipolar lol...he acts the same way LMAO!
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November 26th, 2011, 06:58 AM
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Yep here too! It has started. But i know with DS it was about this age ... and he was over it at about two so it's really the terrible 1 1/2's
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November 26th, 2011, 08:10 AM
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Logan loves to go touch whatever he's not supposed to (keyboard, blinds, tv, etc) then turn around and grin at you....keep grinning mischievously when you say no..and then scream like he's being tortured when you take him away from whatever it is.
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November 26th, 2011, 10:20 AM
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Everything everyone has said is Drake for sure! I just made a post about his first haircut and wow I can not even tell you how crazed he was during that. The other morning he said "baba" when he woke up so I went in the kitchen and handed him his milk and then proceeded to start making him some cereal and slicing a banana to put into it. Well he only wanted banana so he threw himself down and just wailed. I went and sat on the couch and waited for him to walk over so I could try to give him a spoonful and he just screamed and kept tilting his head down. I took him to his highchair, gave him some slices of banana and he started laughing and smiling. He just wanted it his way only!
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November 26th, 2011, 11:38 AM
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Kara - Gabriel does about the same thing.

He'll pitch a fit when he doesn't get his way too. He's starting arching his back too, but I just gently lay him down on the floor and walk away from him. He usually gets over it in a few short minutes. But yes, it definetely reminds me of the terrible 2s and the same tantrums they have. So much fun!!
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November 26th, 2011, 11:54 AM
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Yup!! Tantrums ALL the time, the moment she doesn't get her way! And she also wants to be held all the time too, STILL! ugh, but she is a sweetheart too, just testing her limits I am sure
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November 27th, 2011, 01:16 PM
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Kara, I taught Max the one finger touch, and it works really well most of the time. He can touch *almost* everything, as long as he only uses one finger. He'll try to grab something he's not supposed to touch/play with, and I'll tell him one finger and he'll poke it with one finger. Every once in awhile he'll be super sassy and keep grabbing for it, but usually he's great about it. When I say no, he throws a huge fit, but he doesn't when I tell him "one finger." Of course there are exceptions, like anything super fragile or hot or pokey.
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November 27th, 2011, 03:21 PM
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Kara, I taught Max the one finger touch, and it works really well most of the time. He can touch *almost* everything, as long as he only uses one finger. He'll try to grab something he's not supposed to touch/play with, and I'll tell him one finger and he'll poke it with one finger. Every once in awhile he'll be super sassy and keep grabbing for it, but usually he's great about it. When I say no, he throws a huge fit, but he doesn't when I tell him "one finger." Of course there are exceptions, like anything super fragile or hot or pokey.
Awesome! I'm going to definitely have to try that.
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