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No lie yesterday NY kids had me in tears! I have two boys 3 and 5 and they fight non stop! And when they are not fighting they are telling on the other for the most stupid stuff. Sometimes I honestly think they see how far they can push me! They do stuff they clearly know is wrong!
The tantrums are awful!
I'm already exhausted and I know they both have special needs so some if it they can't help but yesterday I lost it! I locked myself in my room for ten minutes and just cried!
Honey, you certainly aren't alone! I'm home with DD today while DH works and I think she woke up today and decided "today I'm going to do anything and everything to utterly annoy mommy!!!" I'm exhausted, my hips feel like they are gonna break in two and my back hurts. I have zero energy for her and feel terrible. UGH some days I want to strangle her! It got so bad, I decided to go to Target to get out of the house! DH said it was a good idea to be around people (ie witnesses) so I didn't do anything!!! LOL
Moral of the story: I'm sure you aren't alone and I think it was very wise of you to lock yourself in your room rather than lashing out at them. So GREAT mom choice!!!
Thank you Julka for my beautifully, perfect siggy!!
Ditto to what Gwen said. I love my son more than life but when he is in a mood, he is in a MOOD. He will cry and throw a fit over something so random it blows my mind. Good job for taking a break sometimes that what moms need to do.
Every mom has days like that. My girls get along excellent about 95% of the time, but on their moody days, it's not pleasant. I usually tell them to cut it out or I am putting certain toys in time-out, and mean it. Sometimes spending a bit alone time in separate rooms helps too. Good luck, hun.