Tuesday, November 29, 2005

what is it...

...about a tantrum-throwing, blood-curdling-screaming toddler that makes one want to laugh and cry at the same time?


Blogger mdlg said...

I have no clue...and now really have less interest in finding out. I love Rowan.

7:05 PM  
Blogger mdlg said...

I don't know...and now I have less interest in finding out. But I do love Rowan.

7:07 PM  
Blogger mdlg said...

I don't know...and now I'm even less motivated to find out. Scary. But I love Rowan.

7:15 PM  
Blogger Tony Arnold said...

Cry because you have no idea what to do.

Laugh because you see so much of yourself in it?

Sometimes I feel bad about what I have given my child when I see myself in her the most when she is at her worst.

I have this tendency to see God and my wife in her when she is doing well and seeing me when she is not doing well. My child as had so much effect in making me a better person.


9:10 AM  
Blogger Chel said...

Little ones are frustrating and funny all at once. Our two-year-old will cross her arms over her chest and stomp her tiny little foot and say 'no' right back at us any time we tell her 'no.' And it's annoying as heck, but a little funny, too. I think the funny keeps us all from being way too harsh at times. It's God's little way of keeping our frustrations and tempers in check.

1:41 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Well today my 16 month old told me, "No!" for the first time and meant it! (For the past week she has been saying no, but meaning yes -poor kid is so confused.)
Ah the tantrums...I'll be happy if I can laugh more times than I cry or get annoyed...so far so good. But I know I have not faced the worst yet...

6:04 PM  

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