Terrible twos?

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  1. tinks_1989

    tinks_1989 <font color=teal>need a <b>like</b> button<br><fon

    Jan 31, 2007
    Ha ha that is very true may empty a few queues lol. When we have been to DLP she has always been amazing so Im not really worried about being in the park. It is just the flight and all I can picture is a 2 hour queue at security after the 9 hours plus getting the bags and getting to the coach and then the hotel. AH I need a drink just thinking about it.

    Thank you mandy :D

    It is so hard I feel it is always a competition. Every one else's kids are talking three languages and already applying for uni at the grand old age of 2. Well thats what it feels like.

    Thank you Sarah. Elsie's suitcase is bursting because of all these dresses :rotfl2:
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  3. scottish mum

    scottish mum <font color=darkorchid>We still have 2 posties in

    Jul 28, 2008
    My kids are older now, 15, 11 and 8 but I can still remember the terrible 2's well ;). The boys were never that bad, used to have a wee strop but you could nearly always reason with them. DD was on the otherhand a complete and utter nightmare :sad::sad:. You just could not do anything with her when she was in one of her moods and I always felt like people would be staring at us when we were out in public. To make matters worse she was very tall and very vocal and people often thought she was far older than she really was and expected her to behave more appropriately. I had brought all 3 kids up exactly the same way and I really believe that some kids are just more prone to tantrums than others.

    DD did grow out of her tantrums, but it was a rough few months, and she went back to being her lovely happy self (most of the time ;)) She is now 8 and can still strop like a hormonal teenager :rotfl2: but knows that I won't tolerate it and she either shuts up or gets some form of punishment

    Have a brill holiday, try to relax and just go with the flow

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