We've definitely hit toddlerhood

Jack has learned how to say no. On the plus side, this means he definitely knows what we mean when we tell him no (no means no!). Sometimes he even complies – like when we tell him no after he grabs a floor lamp and starts shaking it, he’ll let go and scoot away as fast as his chubby legs will carry him. On the negative side, he was not shy about informing me of his displeasure while I attempted to put socks on his feet this morning. On the very plus side, now I don’t have to worry about people taking advantage of him. 😉

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  1. Welcome.

  2. Welcome.

  3. Random Musings says:

    Oh dear. And so it begins….you will survive this. But it takes patience and a great sense of humor.

  4. Random Musings says:

    Oh dear. And so it begins….you will survive this. But it takes patience and a great sense of humor.

  5. Hey there,

    I wanted to thank for for stopping by my blog recently. Your blog looks great, by the way. I too am interested in attachment parenting, breastfeeding, ecoparenting, etc., so I’ll definitely be returning alot!

  6. Awww… He’s like a little teenager now! 😛

    My sister’s kid is about a year and a half, and she likes to say no a lot. However, no often means yes. ::sigh:: I liked it better when she would agree to everything. “Are you going to live in a van down by the river?” Yes. “Are you going to run away with the circus?” Yes. “Is your auntie kait the prettiest lady in the world?” Yes.

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