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What is your toddler's personality developing into? Has it changed much with time?
Kylie is typically a very happy little girl. She is constantly chatting about things she see's, sharing smiles, and talking about people she knows. She rarely cries and doesn't ally have tantrums (knock on wood!)
Kylie is still very observant and vocal about everything she is seeing. She is still pretty social, but sometimes needs a few minutes to warm up to someone, even if it's someone she knows pretty well. (This is fairly new for her- in the past, she was social with everyone right off the bat)
She is still very independent, always has been. I like to say, she doesn't need me unless she needs me . She can play independently no problem, but also enjoys interacting with others. She LOVES animals and kids.
She is still a little whiney/wimpy when it comes to handling conflict with others. She is quick to turn to me for help rather than assert herself when needed.
She isn't the most cuddly child but is definitely becoming more so. When she is in the right mood, she will initiate hugs/kisses, or climb up to snuggle in someone's lap, but never for very long. She is always on the go, she has no time to snuggle (or eat for that matter!) She'd rather explore and play.
She has become quite the girlie-girl, and that was alllllll her, I didn't prompt or push any of this stuff on her. She loves jewelry, purses, shoes,and anything sparkly, her new word this week has been "princess"- I don't know where she picked that one up, because I have never bought her anything princess-y. It's just in her!
Her sense of humor is starting to come out. She'll sometimes do things to try to get others to laugh. She is also very dramatic, a little actress. She likes to play chase games and does the most dramatized pretend-scared reactions. Or if she see's another child fall down and get a lot of attention for it, she'll mimic the same exact way the child fell, looking to get attention too. This goes along with how observant she is- she really picks up on ore people's social interactions and how they handle different situations.
Geez I could type all night... How about your LO?
Last edited by LadieBug; December 9th, 2011 at 06:50 PM.
Kaedence is pretty social in a setting he is comfortable in, but struggles when we are in groups of big people. He becomes sort of clingy and shy. However, he is very funny, loves to dance around, and loves to imitate anything that big brother does. For the most part, he is easy going (except when he doesn't get what he wants). He likes to lay on the ground and cry when I don't give him cookie after cookie--but has figured out that I just ignore him when he does it and goes to DH.
Zachary is very outgoing, independent, and he is absolutely in heaven if he's in the center of attention. He's very sweet and gives hugs and kisses all day to me and to his stuffed animals and real ones. He loves to play and read and do anything with a soccer or baseball. He's got an amazing laugh. Zachary is also fiercely stubborn and can throw a fit with the best of them.