Thursday, May 18, 2006

Temper, Temper, Temper!

I'm not sure, but I think I have an idea, where Taylor gets her temper from. Our day was going so well. We hung with Joy, Ethan and Aidan. We had a really great time. The kids got along. Then we get home and it's time for quiet time. You see we let Taylor watch a movie on the portable dvd player. Well she decided Dora was not what she wanted. She proceeded to throw the dvd player around her room. She was mad at it. Well the drama queen emerged. You would have thought she was wounded in a war. We finally got her calmed down and left the room. Went back up because of the banging and more temper tantrum. I found Taylor, of course, completely naked. So finally after redressing her she fell asleep. My goodness. The fun didn't end there. She has been throughing hissy fits all night. She is still awake upstairs. At least she is being somewhat quiet.

Now I don't feel like cleaning up but it has to be done. If I don't do it who will?

I know Joy always gives a quote of Ethan's but I have to share a Taylor. "QuinQuin back off."
See kids pick up on everything that is said.

Ciao!

6 comments:

Joy & Darrin said...

She probably got it from our house just like Ethan got his favorite expletive from yours!! Of course, I am kidding - it was just from Chris.
Any holes or dents in the wall??
You didn't explain where you think she gets her temper from.
Do tell.

Chrissy & Brian said...

I know why she was throwing a tantrum... she was upset that she didn't get to see her Auntie Chrissy but her brother did. I would feel the same way! hahahaha.
Hope tomorrow is a little better for you!

Kirst said...

She defintely gets her temper from me. Although I don't try to kick holes in the walls. That's her Unkie's domain. Oh the Tronsgard Rageahol. I see good times in our future. Ha!

K said...

Perhaps you should take her door off the hinges now...just to save you the trouble ;-)
OR...maybe she'll get out most of the rage now, while she's small and relatively harmless...then you'll be laughing when the parents of the perfectly behaved 2 and 3 year olds can't handle their teenagers.

Miranda said...

Isabelle is getting the same way. How do you keep your cool??? It is so difficult when they are like that.

Anonymous said...

I hope you didn't let her get away with that tantrum.