There aren't very many things that make me madder than when I am sassed by a youngun'.
I never thought I would be the parent with the sassy child, but here I am.
And it doesn't seem how I discipline (lately that seems to be all I do), Chloe Jo still has the sass going on.
I will eventually get it through to her that she needs to be respectful.
I don't know why people say "terrible 2's" because I think age 3 is going to be waaaaay worse than age 2.
Sometimes, at the end of the night, I just sit myself down and have a good cry because I feel like I am completely failing in motherhood. I know that's not really true, but sometimes I feel that way. This age has been extremely frustrating.
But, it has also been extremely fun and rewarding.
She is talking so much now that I have to tell her to be quiet. For being such a quiet infant (in the talking department...she has always been able to scream), she is the most talkative toddler.
If she wants to do something herself she will say "My tuwn! My tuwn!" And if she doesn't want to do something she will say "Momma's tuwn."
She has also started saying she "I wuv oo, too, Ma" or "I wuv oo, too, Da" or, more recently, "I wuv herw" when hugging a dolly.
Sometimes she will snuggle with me in the rocker after she gets up or before she goes to bed and she will sigh really big and say "I miss _____." Usually she says G-Jo, but it just depends. She is obsessed with her G-Jo lately. She made up a whole song about her a few days ago.
She is so lovey. She does not like it when I am stressed. Things around here have been changing a lot in the last couple of months and I was laying on the bed just thinking about everything a few days ago and she climbed up on the bed, hugged me and said "don wowwy, Momma."
I also love that she is getting old enough to do some craft things and to play games. I think I may have a date with her and Uno Moo later today. :)