<blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" Mine are totally opposite. My girl is the sweetest darling you could ever imagine. An eyebrow raise ... [snip!] ... into "I'm so sorry Mommy" tears. My son? He is the hitter, screamer, biter who tests me and challenges me at EVERY turn. lol"</blockquote>
I was always the rotten one out of my siblings. It's coming back to haunt me, lol.
I wonder what my next one will be like...
Quoting Squeaky McGee [32 wks]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" Mine are totally opposite. My girl is the ... [snip!] ... I was always the rotten one out of my siblings. It's coming back to haunt me, lol. I wonder what my next one will be like..."
lol. I was stubborn and hard headed and THAT is my son, haha. I personally think it's punishment from thinkign I was such a great parent with my daughter. I was just all "look, she's so perfect, so well behaved, I know EVERYTHING about parenting!"
And then I get stuck with him, lol. I think it was karma's little joke, to teach me I didn't actually know anything, because you just have to learn as you go all the time, haha
Quoting Squeaky McGee [32 wks]:" Your toddler throws a major temper tantrum in public? I was trying to be nice, so I took my daughter ... [snip!] ... I felt so stupid. I don't think I'll be taking her out in public anymore. At least not without her dad. That was a nightmare."
I am so sorry you are going through this with your daughter. I know how frustrating and uncomfortable it can be when our toddlers decide to express their disagreement so vocally. The non-profit I work for has a great article on their website that has some creative ideas about overcoming this season in our child's life - http://bit.ly/17pLQ0y. I hope it helps!!