This morning: Tears because H putty dirty socks in the hamper (that she wanted me to wear). Tears because her brother was crying. Tears because I wouldn't let her drink brothers juice/medicine combo even though she had her own cup of juice available.
tears because i won't let him play with the 2 pound meag-lite tears because i won't let him drink out of whatever i am drinking out of, be it wine, water bottle, water thermos, coffee, tea... tears because his sister is in trouble and in time out tears because i put the baby gate in front of the pantry so he will stop opening it and climbing into it and pulling food out, every 5 seconds. tears because his milk has the wrong color lid. tears because i gave him a fork to eat his food with instead of a knife or toy grill tongs.
These are hilarious! Tears most days because I won't let him hang off the oven door and continuously slam it. Tears because I won't let him eat the dog food (seriously he LOVES the dog kibble). Tears because I wiped his face after breakfast. Tears because he was awake and anyone spoke to him this morning. Tears because we got the daycare providers house and I took his coat off. Also a rough morning!
At our house: tears because I won't let him play with Daddy's tools, like needle-nose pliers tears because I won't put Babies for Babies (no dialogue) from Amazon Video on instead of eating dinner tears because I won't let him eat the berries with sand on them before I wash them off
I could go on and on...those were just yesterday from about 4-6pm.
20 minute hysterical meltdown in the car last week because she wanted to buckle the chest clip on her car seat, couldn't do it, and wouldn't accept help or defeat. She screamed so much I thought she was going to either puke or lose her voice. It was ugly.
Last night M lost it because he wanted a banana, so I opened it and gave it to him. He apparently just wanted to play with it and refused to eat it. He also freaked out when I ate it because I wasn't wasting a banana.
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