This week we asked: What do your toddlers in trouble look like?
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Laura blogs at Our Messy Messy Life.
From Shannon: “My daughter has never much been one for testing boundaries, until very recently. Here, she’s used her red chalk as makeup, in the five minutes I was talking to the babysitter on the way out the door.”
Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.
From Stacy: “It snowed in our house! my 2yr old was helping me water plants outside, then she ran inside our house. When I went to check on her 5 min later I saw white footprints and powder all over the floor. I thought she some how got into the laundry detergent. Then she walked into the room holding a box of powdered sugar.”
Stacy blogs at Little graham cracker.
Leah blogs at Zen and the Art of Cloth Diaper Maintenance.
Joshua’s mom Abbie blogs at Farmer’s Daughter.
From Charise: “Although Baby has never been in real trouble, he goes through phases where he absolutely hates bathing. This is ‘troubling’ to us because we hate to see Baby feeling so sad. Here we are celebrating a happy bath experience, which after our bath troubles, feels like a very special treat!”
Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.
Valerie blogs at Momma in progress.
Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.com.
Tell us: What do toddlers in trouble look like in your family?
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