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Posted by candyfaceonline on March 13, 2010

  Who has one? A two-year old that is. Well I do and thats my handsome little man on the left and let me tell you,  It’s not an easy job. The phrase I prefer to use is “What planet did they come from” My two-year old is the most adorable little boy, when he’s sleeping. As soon as my bundle of joy is wide awake, look out, because it’s all about him for the next 4 hours, not that I mind so much but nobody gave me a bottle of energy pills to keep up with this kid. Anyone else going through the same thing? I have 3 other children a 12-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son and a 10-year-old son. I cannot seem to remember them being so difficult at that age. Maybe it’s my age or less patience. So I have a few solutions I like to use to keep your 2-year-old busy, works for me and guaranteed to work for you.

1) Make a lunch for you and him/her picnic style, on the living room floor. Spread a blanket and stuff.

2)You can make a fort using bed sheets, blankets, and chairs me and my kids love doing that.

3)LEGO, is so awesome and great for their learning skills, that always keeps us busy for at least an hour

4)Turning up the music and dancing is also very great for your little one to get active, and good for mommy and daddy for exercising. There is just not enough time in a day to fit exercising in, not for me anyway.

5)Involve him in the household chores, he/she can put the napkins on the table, or help match socks. These are good motor skills as well!

There is a few things to help you out with your busy little 2-year-olds, Please feel free to add a comment or two, or an activity that you and your little one do, for us and others to try out. Thanks again for joining me at my blog post.

Remember stay Positive and good things will come your way!!  🙂


2 Responses to “2-year-olds”

  1. harrythehandyman said

    me again , i went through that years ago now we are going through it with grandchildren the worst problem is/was my grand-daughter 15 years of age ok in the house but when she got out the lie’s and deceate ( spelt wrong ) when she got home , young one’s think we cannot find out what they are up to but you must be smarter than them and no matter what i did made no differance , but she learnt i could find out anything , i had a good teacher , my father , harry

    • Yes that so true Harry, They honestly think were stupid and no nothing at that age, but it’s great to here the thank-you’s after they have there own children. Thanks for reading my blogposts Harry, Have a terrific evening 🙂

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