Wednesday, August 27, 2008

What Happened to my Angel?

Thank you to all my readers who stuck with me through my bloggy vacation.

Life has slowed back down to its normal pace. Last Sunday we spent the afternoon at the park. It amazed me how much Ian has grown in the past few months. He was able to run around and really enjoy the things at the park. Playing in the sand..

Daddy and Ian in the Sand

"Daddy protecting him from a bee"

but his favorite thing ended up being the playhouse.


Could he have been more cute? Haha

Actually he has been acting pretty un-cute lately. I am not sure if it is age or what, but he is having fits and way to many. Usually they go with he is unsatisfied with something so he starts to whine and cry then sometimes screams then he throws himself on the floor and screams.

Ian's Snot Face After a Fit

"The snot rolling after a fit"

I ignore it as much as I can but it sure does not seem to be working yet. He had one the other day because he shut his own baby gate door and that made him mad. I left him to cry for awhile then I needed to go downstairs so I picked him up and he bit me. Also he has started pinching. Is this just a phase? What happened to my good little boy? It seems like every little thing that doesn’t go exactly his way he has a fit about..even at breakfast this morning. Someone help me bring this little angel back…

Ian in the Playhouse

Playing in the Playhouse


Autumn's Mom said...

I can just tell you they outgrow it..but it varies. haha Ignoring it is best. He's such a cute lil guy, snot and all!

Fiona said...

When ur toddler throws a temper tantrum it can be scary, and sometimes embarrassing. But they said it's normal for a toddler to have that kind of emotional explosions...**headache**

Power Up Love said...

the greatest gift...