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Newborn Twins

Friday, December 24th, 2010 3:49 pm | By Stephanie Woo

One of the miracles of life is watching how babies change and grow everyday

Brooke and Mackenzie at 10 days old

Reader Comments

  1. Hi, I’ve recently come across your page and I am really enjoying the read. I have a question, I have a 17 month old (almost 18) and I understand she doesn’t fully comprehend obeying my requests. However, I’ve worked with children under 5 for over 10 years but having my own is completely different. Since in a class like environment children tend to listen better and i just feel its easier from my experience. The other my toddler was playing with the fruit/veg and the shopping basket and she had all the food out on the carpet, she had seen me get my notebook out and now wants to mark make. I now ask her to tidy all the food up off the floor into the shopping basket before she can draw. I say lets do it together, she helps a little but end up doing majority of it and leave her a few fruits to put away and she refuses. I ask her many times and gesture taking away the pens and paper away from her a d point to tidying up the fruits, she just cries continuously (very loudly) with tears and says ‘no’ many times over. What would you suggest I do?

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