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Anna pouts so cute before she's about to cry. I've taken to looking at her all surprised and saying "Nooo. No cryyyyyiiinnnnnn" and she'll look at me for a second and then get a big smile on her face. I laugh every time because apparently whatever she was about to get upset about wasn't all that important. haha.
This will sound mean but it really is cute. Ellianna takes after me and is "determined" (at least that is one word to describe us). She will get so angry that she will raise her fists and turn bright red. She tries to scream so hard that no sound comes out for several seconds. I just have to laugh. She is NOT hungry, she is not hurt, she is just letting us all know that she has a "personality."
Arthur does what I call, "Being Dramatic." he loves to be stood on his feet, so he'll get me to hold him up on his feet, and then when he's unhappy, he'll let his legs go lax, get the biggest out on his face and throw himself backward while screaming (I have a firm hold on him don't worry). I think it's hilarious. I probably won't find it quite so hilarious when he's 2 and doing the same thing, but right now I laugh hysterically. The best part is, he'll stop him hissy fit, look at me, smile a little, get me to stand him back up on his feet and do it all over again.