“Terrible-Twos” Don’t Exist — They Are Wrong

I have been warned on numerous occasions, “prepare for the terrible-twos,” “when they hit two is when they are the worst,” and “wait until you get to the terrifying threes.” The tantrums. The tears. The dramas. I have heard it all. Honestly, when people make these statements, I feel bad for them and their children especially. However, we’re here. We have officially reached the toddler years. As our children grow, they go through stages just like we did. At two, they are speaking more often, putting sentences together, becoming more independent, and trying to understand their emotions and how to … Continue reading “Terrible-Twos” Don’t Exist — They Are Wrong