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|FAMILY|10 great reasons to throw a wobbly (when you are 3)


At the moment we well and truly are going through some major tantrums,
to be fair they usually are confined to being at home and never happen when he's at nursery (apart from the time I was there!) but they are becoming a little trying to say the least.

So just in case your children would like some new ideas I thought I'd share some recent 'reasons' with you!

1. Because your pizza is cut into slices and not left whole. 
2. Because you don't want a bath and want to smell. 
3. Because you don't like chocolate (really?)
4. Because it's perfectly acceptable to go to nursery just in boxer shorts. 
5. Because wellies should be worn with every outfit. 
6. Because you're not allowed to watch ninja turtles at 2am.
7. Because you don't want to wear bedtime pull-up pants or because you want to wear them during the day.
8. Because you don't want a shower... then because you have to get out of said shower. 
9. Because mummy tried to change your baby photo for an up-to-date one. 
10. Because Daddy is being nice to you. 

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16 comments :

  1. Oh the amount of strops we had about food being cut up when my son was younger! Great list, really made me smile! x #TheList

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  2. This morning we had "because mummy offered to buy you Lunch at soft play so we could stay for longer". We ended up coming home for lunch.

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    1. Oh no! You just can't win at this age can you? I can see a follow-up post coming up on this one! X

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  3. Laughed at them all but particularly 8! Ahhh the logic of a toddler! #thelist

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  4. did i ever tell you I took ellie to school (I think it was year 1 so she was 5/6) in her pj bottom's and her coat because she wouldn't get dressed? (her uniform was put in a carrier bag!) she only did it once ha ha haaaa!!!! And Jenson has been made to walk down the street shoe-less because he refused to put his shoes on after kicking them of in a tantrum! x

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    1. Ha ha they are brilliant. Sometimes it's the only way isn't it? X

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  5. I can absolutely relate!! Especially about not wanting to get in the tub then not wanting to get out! Just wondering, what are wellies?

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  6. This made me giggle. Especially because daddy is being nice to him. I wonder what goes through their little minds at times.
    Popping over from the #BinkyLinky

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  7. Love this! Our twins are three and one of our girls won't eat her food if it's broken. This applies to biscuits, cookies, toast, the list is endless! Thanks for linking up to the #BinkyLinky

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  8. I'm not looking forward to this stage. My girlie is just two and at the moment is pretty compliant - although she can get very upset over the smallest of things. She shouts at Mr. Tumble and cries if he falls over! Bring on the tantrums!

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  9. my almost two year old has started with the tantrums. Today she had them because i wouldn't let her jump on her baby brothers head, eat the sudocrem , eat hairs or let her try and smash my phone. They are little tinkers x #binkylinky

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  10. So funny great post thanks for linking up to the Binkylinky

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  11. Kids are just odd aren't they, Baby goes bonkers for the most random things! Great post lovely. Thanks so much for linking up to #TheList x

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