It seems Oli has now made the transition from Baby into Toddler and it already seems to be a mission. These next couple of years should come with a manual because I know I’m going to need one. The strops and the attitude have already become unbearable.How do they learn to have an attitude? Is is it something every baby has inserted into their brain at birth ‘a naughty chip’.
The crying has changed, those desperate I want milk/nappy change cries have gone and have been replaced with ‘I can’t get what I want’ so I’m going to cry about it. He seems to cry every time a door/stair gate is shut; I have to save putting any rubbish out until he’s out of sight. Otherwise, he gets upset.
Its great that he’s now walking, but he does want to walk everywhere. I will be pushing him out in his pram and he would scream to get out because he wants to walk with me. Which is sweet but how do I juggle a pram in one hand and a child in another?
If you have any tips/secrets on how you survived/is surviving the toddler years, please share!
Must go , he’s trying to stick his book into the DVD player…