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post #46 of 66
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Originally Posted by mommachris

sorry this happened but seriously....trim that child's nails! She could kill someone! icon_eek.gif


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LOL I was thinking the same thing. What kind of child could have left that kind of track LOL shouldn't it have been a big hunk that was missing instead of those neat little slash marks? LOL.

Its ok I have a three year old lurking in my kitchen that trys not to bother me when the flour is flying so he comes into the kitchen ever so slowly and ever so quietly and says MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and you would think the house was on fire "Hi, Thomas and Percy are fighting again." (his toy trains) its never an emergency, the house is never on fire and why can't he tell his father? Do you know how many things I have dropped, broken, had to start over cause I lost count . . .
post #47 of 66
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Originally Posted by Cakenicing4u

I was just denied my japanese exchange student... so I have a room ready, just drop the orangutan off over the weekend, ok



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post #48 of 66
She only bothered it because she wanted to emulate you. (That's why she used the toy blade.) At 3, I actually started letting my Nadia play with her own fondant and icing (smearing it on) her own cup cake. It gave her time to be creative and not be so intrigued with what I was doing. Now, she wants to go to cooking school! thumbs_up.gif

Try it. It may work. Good Luck.
post #49 of 66
NO THANKS! I have a two year old of my own. She is also a little icing monster!
post #50 of 66
ok that pic says it all...how funny is she!! First let me just say adorable, just adroable. 2nd let me say...you can just see in the way she holds her self how head strong she is...lol
You curse it now but when she is older and is set on being the leader and not the follower you'll be real glad you are raising a strong independant woman...one who you will torture with tales of her wild youth at every given oppurtunity thumbs_up.gif
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post #51 of 66
If you find someone to take her, let me know, b/c I have a 2 year old to drop off, too. I'll pick him back up when he is potty trained!
post #52 of 66
I think our children are twins that were separated at birth by accident! Very sad about your beautiful cake icon_cry.gif I'm just waiting for my cake disaster day because I'm sure she's plotting right now!!
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post #53 of 66
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Strong, independant, and a leader is her to a T. She's very petite; she'll be 3 in December, but she's just barely growing out of the 18-24 month size clothing. She holds her own against her 6 year old brother, and then some. icon_twisted.gif She's the one you see on the playground leading the other kids in their play. I wouldn't have her any other way. icon_biggrin.gif

DH and I have now come to the conclusion that, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, she does have manners afterall. She was obviously trying to cut herself a neat little piece, as opposed to just grabbing a hunk like she usually does. lol thumbs_up.gif

And I'm seeing an emerging pattern here; many of our first-borns are even-tempered, almost easy children, while the #2's are little devils in disguise! icon_wink.gificon_biggrin.gif
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post #54 of 66
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Originally Posted by lanibird

And I'm seeing an emerging pattern here; many of our first-borns are even-tempered, almost easy children, while the #2's are little devils in disguise! icon_wink.gificon_biggrin.gif



I heard that!

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post #55 of 66
Hi,
I know where you are coming from..lol. I have 6 kids and they all have their "moments" when they drive me crazy!!! All I can say is that school starts a week from Monday ( on 8-20) and mom is doing the HAPPY DANCE..LOL
Hang in there, it will get better, really it will..lol

Dawn
post #56 of 66
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Originally Posted by Luxe42

I think our children are twins that were separated at birth by accident! Very sad about your beautiful cake icon_cry.gif I'm just waiting for my cake disaster day because I'm sure she's plotting right now!!



I reccomend a padlock on the fridge, and bells on her shoes so you can hear where she is at all times! icon_lol.gif
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post #57 of 66
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Originally Posted by lanibird

.... bells on her shoes so you can hear where she is at all times! icon_lol.gif


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Bells on their shoes....now THERE'S a good idea!

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post #58 of 66
I could consider a trade......I have a son that is 3 1/2. He loves to help me! He decorated his first cake last month. He's pretty good. He is the stubborn, head strong, second child you all are talking about! He's the oppsosite of yours! He's the size of an average 5 or 6 year old and refuses to eat most everything (except cake, cookies and icing). If it doesn't smell or look wondeful, it won't cross his lips. If you get it across them, watch out for it and everthing else to come back at you! I am hoping with his size he will be my retirement someday with the Denver Broncos or Dallas Mavericks! Then there is his cousin that will be four this month. I have him 50-60 hours a week (for free mind you...ugh!!!). When it's just him, I give him a cucake and he'll leave me alone! You get the two together and watch out world!!! They also stand there while you are decorating with their heads tipped back and their mouths WIDE open waiting for a mouth full of frosting from the bag! The minute you turn on the mixer or food chopper, etc, watch out for your toes.....because step stools will come a runnin'!!! My 9 year old daughter on the other hand has taken all the classes with me. She is mature and has always been pretty easy (as long as you don't want her to clean house). She can be a great help but she can be a challenge too! Did I mention, mine are angels while they are asleep too!!!!

Oh well, what can we do but love em with sloppy hugs and kisses like suggested earlier!!! icon_lol.gif
post #59 of 66
You're all so funny! sounds like we all have the same problem! My firstborn was a little angel until her baby sister arrived 18 months later, I swear from the very beginning they were plotting against me but I was always right there to thwart their plans... now we have baby girl #3 and I can't watch them every second and my house is on the verge of collapse! They've officially joined forces! I still hold out hope for #3, she has a good 2 year separation from #2, so there's not such a bond like the first two... and yes my husband and I refer to them as 1, 2 and 3. Three girls born in 3 yrs and 9 months and they all have H first names and E middle names. It's hard to yell out the right name when disaster strikes. I get a lot of mom, thats not my name But anyway... it was a beautiful cake and little orangutan is adorable! Reminds me so much of my middle one! If they werent so cute, what would we all do?!? icon_lol.gif
post #60 of 66
Lani, have you thought of listing her on eBay? I threaten to do that to my kids now and again. icon_wink.gif
At least she was practicing her cake-cutting skills and not just smooshing cake everywhere.
She is so cute, you might decide to keep her after all, though. I mean, you DID go through all that trouble to make her and all. icon_biggrin.gif
Absolutely LOVE the idea of the sports car with the personalized license plate!! I may have to use that one!
They grow WAY too fast. My oldest is turning 16 this month, and my baby just turned 3. I'm savoring every moment, as she is the last. Three's our limit!
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