Kids often throw tantrums at the mall because there’s something they can’t have. Yes? Yes.
A toy or a candy that we refuse to buy can suddenly turn our angelic and normally behaved ones into unmanageable kiddos, kicking and screaming on the floor.
But throwing a fit isn’t exactly the same for 4-year-old boy, Maji. Continue reading
Preschoolers. One minute they’re as sweet as candy and the next minute, they’re an unstoppable volcanic eruption. It really drives me crazy.
Do you have days like this? When everything is going so smoothly and in just a snap, boom! Gone. They go limp and it’s suddenly thunder and lightning.
A few days ago when I picked Mia up from school, I was surprised how our quality time was cut short.
It was 7 in the morning and our child was crying in the bathroom. She was upset because…
I helped her rinse her hair.
Yep, didn’t think that could start a tantrum too. I’ve read that toddlers and preschoolers have different ways of asserting their independence and ours have chosen the bathroom version.