This pretty much sums up how I'm feeling this Sunday morning....
Sometimes we just wake up on the wrong side of the bed, right? Well, what is called when every morning for the past two weeks the littlest one can't seem to get a grip? I call it premature terrible two's.
Considering she can't say one word besides 'mama' (and only on her terms) I suppose communicating isn't the easiest thing for her. Every morning begins with a series of cries, whines, and screams. Shaking heads, stomping feet, and throwing of objects. Often times it carries on until her morning nap, and then again around dinner. They say the second child learns to speak later than your first, but if she doesn't learn soon, I think I'll lose my mind... not really of course.:)
Don't get me wrong, she can be a good girl too. Probably more often than I'm leading on, but Maria never did this. She sailed fairly smoothly through her second year of life, but became more of a challenge at the age of three. Is Ginger's behavior only a taste of what's to come? Is she going to be the girl in Target that throws herself on the floor, kicking and screaming, because I won't buy her 'tickle me Elmo'? God, I hope not.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.