what happened to my happy agreeable daughter????????

Heleen - posted on 11/14/2008 ( 4 moms have responded )




since turning ten it is like living with a hormonal teen, how could this happen so soon???

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Teresa - posted on 11/17/2008




I'm there, too! Three daughters (ages 15, nearly 13, and 10) I think my 15 year old might be heading to the end of it - but still relapses sometimes. My middle daughter is right in the heart of it . . . and 10 year old is just entering. It's the whole hormonal thing, plus changing from kid to young person - figuring out who you're going to be and how to be that person! I remember those days, myself. The good news is - it doesn't last. Just smile (when possible) and hug them everyday - no matter what their mood!

Bonnie - posted on 11/17/2008




I hear yah!!!! At what point did they think it was OK to have an opinion..I don't remember signing that permission slip...lol..

Alesha - posted on 11/15/2008




I am sure with you on this....my girls are ten and six and between their moodiness, and mouth sometimes I could just scream. Or better yet the shrugging of the shoulders when you ask them something ugggggggggghhhhhh

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I know what you mean. Both my girls are going through the emotional roller coaster right now. One is 10 the other 11. Never know what to expect. Goes from tears, to snappiness, to goofiness, clumsiness, just plain moodiness and then out of nowhere giggling over everything. It's like walking on eggshells some days. They are not even full fledged teenagers yet... I guess it is payback for when I was a kid. :)

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