Wednesday, October 12, 2011

31 for 21: Anger Management, Not Always Happy

I have written about this before and I think it is worth repeating:  Children with Down syndrome are not always happy.  If you would like to witness this personally, I invite you to stop on by La Casa De La Ellie Bellie Bear either pre-naptime or late afternoon.  You will be rewarded with a Miss Cranky Pants throwing a full-blown toddlertude tantrum.   Actually, please stop on by please please please and relieve me from these terrific two meltdowns.  I promise I will reward you with cookies or pumpkin bars :)


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Here is an oldie---look at how little she was. . .such a wee little baby.  Wah!  She is all grown up now.  A big girl.  Ack!  Where did my little bebe go?!  Not mention she can now scale that baby gate like a ninja!  Oh and the bangs!  Her hair is SO LONG now.  Challenging Rapunzel for sure. 



 -A repost from last October's 31 for 21 challenge

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5 comments:

  1. Liddy is also like that. Smiling, laughing, playing to screaming, growling, and fighting in the blink of any eye. Looking forward to those terrible two's.....NOT. lol

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  2. You sing it sister! This is frustrating when it is assumed. Actually, before having Calvin I was the opposite in my assumptions. I pictured a really crabby person with Ds - that was my misperception and I was surprised to hear the happy one...

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  3. Hahaha, I call Samantha Miss Cranky Pants, too. :-) It speaks volumes!!

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  4. I know, I know, as a parent it's so hard to deal with the tantrums. However, as an outsider looking in, those pictures of Ellie are SO CUTE!! She's adorable even when she's throwing a fit!

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