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The Dawn of the Threenager

I had previously heard of the term ‘Threenager’ (a three year old who acts out as a teenager) but assumed that it was simply an extension of the toddler stage and wouldn’t upheave my life any more than his previous ‘toddlerdom‘ behaviour already had done. Last week I was proven wrong… Very wrong!

After witnessing a brand new attitude, repeatedly being told that certain things were  Continue reading “The Dawn of the Threenager”

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Has Yours Reached “Toddlerdom” Yet?!

*Definition*

Toddlerdom- The term used to describe the final transition from cute baby to full-blown crazy toddler.

Not quite yet in the Oxford English Dictionary but I am pretty sure the term will catch on!

Do you remember when your little bundle of joy was just that? A teeny bundle plus a joy! If that seems a distant memory Continue reading “Has Yours Reached “Toddlerdom” Yet?!”

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