Post by greysonsmom on Apr 27, 2017 20:27:33 GMT -5
Biting! DS was not a biter, DD will come up to you looking all sweet and then just chomp down and man does it hurt. Also hating the car, also I don't have high hopes. DS is going on over two and a half years and DD doesn't seem to be giving up anytime soon.
Playing in the dogs water bowl. Every baby does this one though, right? It's just so annoying to clean up. And he beelines for it so quick!
DS finally achieved his goal of putting his hands in the dog water last night and cried when I took him away. I should find a different spot because my dog is finicky and has to have some pieces of food left on the floor, or else he will just bark at the dish, and I'm afraid DS is going to put that food in his mouth and choke.
DS1 is potty training. I think we're almost done with the little potty, but it's been tricky to keep DS2 out of it. I have to watch them like a hawk. I am ashamed to admit I haven't always intervened in time. Blech.
I'm actually just kind of over the whole crawling thing in general. It sounds weird, but I just can't wait for him to walk, because I feel like having two toddlers will be easier (in some respects) than a toddler and a baby!
DD2 loves the toilet. DD1 isn't on a little potty, but if she leaves the bathroom door open, DD2 always makes a beeline for it.
I hope the flipping over when I try to change or clothe her is a phase. She also likes back flips in general (throws her head back when I'm holding her in an attempt to get me to flip her) which I don't like and don't know how it started. She head-butts me and DH sometimes and I hope that's a phase.
He's up crying all night lately. Idk if it's teething, separation anxiety, bored, new tricks, overtired, etc But it's gotta stop. I'm dying. We need to sleep train again but I'm too tired to tackle it. And we will be out of town this weekend so bad timing. Maybe I should call a professional but they're so expensive.
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