Toddlers: Getting Away With Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING!

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Lyndsay says:

Haha, this post made me laugh out loud! I’ve got it all to come, haven’t I?

Lyndsay x

Kate Everall says:

You have, but it’s so much fun. Honest. X

Haha love this post, it’s so funny and too true! Thank you for the mention too. That was not a proud moment with my little girl haha!
Nat.x

Tracey Kifford says:

My son is 8 and he STILL he tends to try to strip naked at every given opportunity!

You barely touched on mealtimes. I’m pretty sure I’m not allowed to completely disassemble my food into component parts and then only eat half of them, while flicking something off my fingers across the room 😀

Zoe says:

It’s like dealing with a drunk dwarf! You don’t know what they will do next! S’s favourite at the moment is to tell strangers whether that have a Vagina or a penis. Not sure I’m so happy he’s learnt about body parts now!

Also. His daddy is in the military. Any time he sees someone in uniform he shouts “DADDY” as loud as he can.

Kate Everall says:

Drunk dwarf. Haha. That’s quite sweet re his daddy – at least yours has a reason. My toddler calls most men grandad or daddy. Hahaha

Pat the Mum says:

Using the table on their high chair more as a launch-pad than a lunch-pad: check a thousand times over. I was told that it was something they had to do instinctively as their brains try and work out distances and throwing and what have you. But why does it have to be the food I spent ages making?

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