In the past month this boy’s language has exploded. He can say just about anything he wants to say.
Mothering a toddler is exhausting! When my two-year-old became mobile he earned the nickname “Bulldozer”… or on really rough days, “THE Destructor.” He can level a room in a minute, emptying every shelf and breaking anything he can reach. He’s an expert at finding a stool- whether it’s an over turned box, the laundry basket, or a stack of pillows, to reach even more things. My answer at home is
Sometimes I can’t believe that my 6th baby is a toddler. I blinked and there isn’t much baby left. He’s constantly on the go, and so curious about everything. That combination of newfound confidence, curiosity and ability means he can get into trouble in two seconds flat…maybe less. We talk about baby safety often… how about toddler safety? Baby proofing is very important, but once that baby becomes a toddler, the
Since Emily started toddling we’ve called her our ‘toddler terrorist’- never knowing what to expect from her moods. She wasn’t very easy to parent for a good year and a half. However 3 1/2 is a great age for her. She’s suddenly able to get her point across with words and less frustration. She has the most adorable facial expressions, and even developed a sense of humor that has us
The library- it sounds like a great place to take your toddler or preschooler. All the other Moms do it right? But, it turns out, the library can be a stressful place when you have little children, especially with more than one! I don’t know about you, but my toddler is anything but quiet. And all those shelves of books? They invite pulling every single book out before running to the