25 Ways To Totally Offend Your Toddler + 10 Hilarious Pics Why My Kid is Crying
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Toddlers. They are temperamental little buggers right? The pint-sized dictators of our hearts and breakers of our souls. God forbid they tried to be consistent or any level rational. On the upside, their complete lack care for anything but themselves makes these little narcissists ever-so-easy to offend…  We know toddlers can be an unpredictable bunch. One moment, they’re happy as Larry...
Three Life Lessons I’ve Learnt from Toddler Tantrums
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Toddler Tantrums? Ugh. When your babe's throwing a full blown wobbly there’s some life lessons in there for you, Mum. Don’t believe us? Read on. Toddler tantrums. They’re thrilling, aren’t they? Personally, I never feel more alive than in those moments when my 18-month-old is sprawled on the floor, banging his little fists and screaming like a banshee. We’re living in glorious...
Don’t Blame Me for My Kid’s Bad Behaviour
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We’ve all judged that parent with the badly behaving kid.  You know the one. With the kid that whinges, whines, hits, hurts, back talks or bites. We look at the kid and see their behaviour as a reflection on their parent. As if somehow their kid would be better behaved if they were a better parent. But I’ve been that parent....
10 Things You’ll Appreciate About Newborns When You Have a Toddler
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Remember looking lovingly at your newborn and thinking how you couldn’t wait for them to grow up? And walk? And talk? And be fun to play with? Yeah, us too. And wasn’t that a gigantic bloody myth. Toddlers are two and a half-year-old, unfiltered arseholes in self-chosen clothing. Here’s 10 things you’ll appreciate about newborns – only once you...
How My Toddler’s Behaviour is Like a Woman with PMS
PMS (Pre-Menstrual Syndrome): A powerful spell that the majority of women are put under once every month which gives them the strength of a grizzly bear, the stability of Internet Explorer and the scream of a banshee. The most common mood-related symptoms are irritability, crying for no reason, over-sensitivity (did we mention crying?) and extreme mood swings. I'm not going to lie,...
30 Top Tips to dealing with challenging behaviour
How often do you feel like throwing yourself down on the floor and having a kick and a scream? I highly recommend it actually; a great stress release. It is just picking the right time and appropriate place, so people don’t call the police! This is what our little ones have trouble with the most, dealing with big emotions, changes...