Or do you just do things for them?
My 3yo got herself a cup of water earlier (not one of the kids' cups) and then proceeded to spill it all over the floor where she was sitting. Instead of crying, throwing a fit or just walking away she told me she spilled her water and demanded I go in the kitchen to get her a paper towel because she couldn't reach them. I gave her a rag instead and off she went to clean up the mess she made. I didn't ask her to or tell her to clean it up. She just did and she never once asked or expected me to clean it up for her (I did eventually help because she was having trouble and didn't think to ask for a 2nd rag after the first got soaked). She then found a kid cup and got herself some more water and is eating lunch. Win one for Mom.
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Answer by coutterhill at 1:22 PM on Aug. 28, 2009
Ahhh, they're so precious at that age! But mom, hate to break it to you, but chances are that your endearing and adorable toddler will not last, so enjoy these moments while you can because, unfortunately, she'll be taken over by a .....TEENAGER.....Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!
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