Because life is so damn hard when someone has to wipe your ass FOR you.


This is what I’m busy dealing with and the reason why I can not compose a decent post.
The girl had gone completely MOODY on me.
She has a vagina, so it was BOUND to happen, but GOOD GOD, baby girl. It’s just lunch, no need for all of the drama!

Funniest part is one minute she’s pissed, the next, she’s hugging and kissing me, telling me “I wah wah” (I love in in “Gabby”.) One minutes she’s cuddling with her lambie, the next she’s biting it and growling at it.
GROWLING! My daughter growls!
Oh, the drama! I can’t even stand it. And I can’t even begin to imagine what is in store in the coming years, especially the years in which SHE GETS HER PERIOD AND CRIES ABOUT EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING AND SLAMS DOORS AND THREATENS TO NEVER EAT AGAIN BECAUSE SHE HATES ME FOR BEING SUCH A HORRIBLE MOTHER!
It’s a good thing that girl is so damn cute and that it’s almost impossible to get mad at her because of her dimples and the fact that she is ONE YEAR OLD AND ONLY HAS TWO TEETH! I mean, I’d be tempted to throw her out back with Willie and Asshole dog were it not for her incredible cuteness. THE MOODY IS TOO MUCH TO DEAL WITH, PEOPLE.

33 thoughts on “Because life is so damn hard when someone has to wipe your ass FOR you.

  1. Rachel M

    Great photos. My girl is almost 2 (in 3 days) and spits when she’s mad! She can also be the cutest, most lovable kid but is already very devious and “moody.” I too dread the teen years. (My son shares your girl’s birthday–he just turned 7)

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  2. NinaKaye

    My nearly-3-year-old has been growing for a couple of years. She really thinks she’s scaring us with it, too. Just wait (unless it’s already started) until she makes her brothers cry. My daughter is constantly beating up her older brother. We joke that he’s really a girl and she’s really a boy.

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  3. jenny lee

    what is it with kids and eating today. the little brat….i mean sweetie…i nanny for (one of them) she’s 11 months old soon and she just pitched a total fit today. i walked away from her for 2 seconds…i mean “one onethousand two onethousand” and she freakin screeeeeeeeamed! i looked back and said “hey…girl..i’m getting your food put a sock in it” and she laughed. those young wimmin and their pms-y things. can’t wait til i have kids LOL (aaaaaaaahhhhhhhh)

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  4. missy

    Oh my god, that first picture is SO adorable! Totally blackmail material.
    For some reason, I still think its cute some days when piper cries, wheeeweeeweeweee. meeehhhmeeehhhmeeehhh. I make fun of her, and it usually makes her stop to see what I am doing. But while its cute now, I am DEFINITLY not ready for the moody!

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  5. Stacey

    C is throwing temper tantrums over EVERYTHING.
    And I can’t help but laugh. I mean, it’s so damn funny. Especially when she rolls around on the floor in hysterics.

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  6. Zette

    First….I just LOOOOVE those pig tails on her!
    Ok, now I have to say that I hope your little princess doesn’t progress beyond the growling, like my Lil’ Miss has. Like your family, she was the little girl I never thought I’d have (especially after divorce) after having two older boys (6 1/2 & 9 years older than their sister). Lil’ Miss was basically always around dogs, too, so at a young age (around 18 months or so) she began sniffing, growling, barking and OMG…peeing outside, like the dogs! She still barks all the time, and she’s 7 now! Usually she does this for attention or when role playing but BOY can it get annoying. Attitude? Yeah she’s got it. Good luck with Gabby!

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  7. Vickie

    “…especially the years in which SHE GETS HER PERIOD AND CRIES ABOUT EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING AND SLAMS DOORS AND THREATENS TO NEVER EAT AGAIN BECAUSE SHE HATES ME FOR BEING SUCH A HORRIBLE MOTHER!”
    AAAAHAHAHAHAHAH WAIT! JUuuuuuust WAIT! You ain’t seen NOTHING yet!!!!
    Seriously not laughing at you, just with you. Been there, done that, still doing that…

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  8. Amy S

    Y, My girl is 2 and 1/2 and I still deal with the “bi-polar” attitude of silly happy one minute and silly screaming the next. It drives me crazy wondering when it will end or at least calm down a few tones.

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  9. Tracy

    I hate to say it, but it also comes from being the baby and the “only girl”. I should know – I was the “baby girl”, with brothers 5 and 7 years older than me! I was just a wee bit spoiled.
    Then again, our 7 year old is moody as hell, and HE doesn’t have a vagina.

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