Ok Who has a fun spirited 19 month old also?

Heather - posted on 08/17/2009 ( 16 moms have responded )

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Addyson my fun spirited one is also the baby and most challenging when it comes to getting into things. Any thoughts or funny stories so that I don't feel like Im the only one not getting anything else done? lol!

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Lynn - posted on 08/30/2009

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I beleive that Vannessa is probably going to be my party animal. Vannesa gets up every morning at 7 am and turns on the television as well as the radio. why she neeeds to turn on both is beyond me.I have a difficult time getting her calm after she has started her own little party. Vannessa is very differrent from her sister. Veronica is more laid back and just likes to do one thing at a time, but miss vannessa loves to through her own parties

Shannon - posted on 08/28/2009

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My 19 month old son is at times smarter than most adults I know. He is talking in complete sentences to my utter amazement. He almost always brings me things he finds that he knows he should have. He has gotten into the stage of saying "NO!" to everything, but if I ask him nicely to bring me what he has, he'll say no, although if I say to take it to someone else, he will, without question... wierd? He knows his schedule to a T and if I deviate from it, he sure lets me or Daddy know. The other day I tried to put him to bed without giving him a bath (I planned to do it the next AM) he told me "NO MAMA! It's not time - I need a bath!" as he's reaching for the bathroom door. Crazy kid! Love him to pieces and wouldn't have it any other way.

Tami - posted on 08/28/2009

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My son is a nut! He's very, very talkative for his age. The other day he came up to me and told me "I need money!" I asked him what he needed money for and he replied with a big grin, "Walmart." It cracks me up the things he comes up with!

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Oh my join the club! Even as I type this, she is holding my hand, tapping my leg with her other hand saying "up? Up?" then running over to watch "cars", then coming back again. She is VERY active, and happy about 99% of the time. Such an amazing sweet, charming little girl, who loves messing things up hahaha I have finally given up on cleaning, until she is in bed when I know things will stay in their place :-)

Bridget - posted on 08/26/2009

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My boy is 19 months old and yes he gets into everything. I have a cabnet just for him in the kitchen he can play in only while I work in the kitchen so he thinks it is special. He takes out all the cans and stacks them high while I do dishes or cook. Keeps him near me and he has fun getting into something he normally can not. Now if I could only get him to stop throwing his food and bitting other kids when they take his toys. But on the bright side he is a ton of fun and I would not trade it for anything. He keeps us on our toes and makes us lauph more then ever.

Nicky - posted on 08/26/2009

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CERYS my 19mth old daughter she's adorable but she's into everything and i mean everything.you have to have eyes at the back of your head ,she picks something which she shoudnt have you take it off her then she goes to ick something else which she shouldnt have n so on im like that all day always behind her.

Kathryn - posted on 08/26/2009

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My 19 month old is always doing things and putting things where they shouldn't go. On Sunday I got in from church and could hear my husband's alarm clock going off ... he didn't set it and was out of the house! I found a pint of milk in the washing machine ... endless examples of him keeping me on my toes!

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Wow its so good to know that my boy isn't the only crazy insane noisey child, but loving all the same. Reef is an active little boy who can't sit still for more than 5 mins, but he will always give everyone in the room a kiss and cuddle before nap/bedtime (which can be a rather long time if there is more than 10 people in the room). For a boy at such a young age he has had many bruises and blood spilt its unreal. All of the stories posted are making me think that their star sign is one of adventure. Having such an adventuresome child can be tiresome, scary and fun, he's fantastic.......

Angela - posted on 08/22/2009

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I have twin girls and they just crack me up!!! One is always doing something to the other one! Kendall was caring around a towel and watching it drag on the floor. Piper comes over and lays down on the towel waiting to be pulled around. Kendall is not happy about this and "tells" her ( I have no idea what they are saying, but they understand each other) to get off. Piper just grins-Kendall hits her-Piper grins- I come over and pull them around for a bit. It is like this all day long. Sometimes they just "hug" each other all over the floor-it looks like wreastling but it is just hugging-too cute! They also already know how to gang up on whoever is watching them. Just try to get them both in the door-you get one in and the other one runs away-you go get her and the first one is out the door! I wouldn't have it any other way though-no way. I just love them like crazy even though AT least once a day they drive me to the brink of insanity-getting into my make-up, the plastic cabinet, messing up anything that is not their toys! But I would rather have exploring, dancing, persisant to a fault children-then lumps. At least my day in never dull and I go to bed tired instead of bored (well most days).

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My pediatrician likes to call my son an adventurous spirit. He hits the ground running in the morning and doesn't stop until we put him down for a nap or at night. He is into so much trouble all the time and he always looks like we've been beating on him because of the bruises and scratches from trying to do more than is capable of or pestering those who don't wish it (brother, dog, cat...) The thing is he is so much fun because he'll try just about anything. I wouldn't trade this challenging guy for anything!

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Alex is 19 months and a cheeky monkey, Rosie is 3 on sunday and when I'm working in the kitchen she will come and say Mummy can I stand on a chair and watch you, yes, well can you get on for me and whilst this is taking place, Alex has pulled his own chair over and is standing on it at the counter waving around anything I have accidentally left out! However, he's the funny one with the cheeky grin and lots of spontaneous cuddles.

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everything about my henry brightens my day, he is a big boy (almost 30lbs), and really isnt aware of how strong he is, everytime he has a little accident or knocks something over he gets this shocked expression on his face and it just cracks me up...we call him our turdunken. also as he isnt saying many words yet he babbles continuosly, and sometimes i guess he is telling himself a joke cause he just starts laughing for no reason. or he'll come up to me and all i hear is 'babble babble babble...ok' and takes my hand to lead me off somewhere...he is just the cutest thing to watch

Wendy - posted on 08/18/2009

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Quoting Sarah:

Isaac is EXACTLY the same way. He is so much fun and loves to bee-bop to any song he hears. He loves to joke around by putting his shoes on backwards, or on his head or something goofy like that and laugh so hard. Then on the other side of the coin he pushes all kinds of buttons where ever he is (he's turned computers on and off at the library). He climbs on the table and throws food every where (by my description of him it sounds like I don't watch him, but I promise, I try). He is an adorable monster. I know how you feel.


Isaac sounds like Ruby's twin! She does almost the same for everything. She LOVES putting shoes on her feet though, but they could be Daddy's work boots or her sisters shoes of any description or even my runners - flip flop, all over the place. Yes, she is a monster too, but i have taken to calling her my little Muppet! I also understand about the table climbing, no matter how much you watch them, it just happens......

Sarah - posted on 08/18/2009

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Isaac is EXACTLY the same way. He is so much fun and loves to bee-bop to any song he hears. He loves to joke around by putting his shoes on backwards, or on his head or something goofy like that and laugh so hard. Then on the other side of the coin he pushes all kinds of buttons where ever he is (he's turned computers on and off at the library). He climbs on the table and throws food every where (by my description of him it sounds like I don't watch him, but I promise, I try). He is an adorable monster. I know how you feel.

Wendy - posted on 08/18/2009

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I am with you there! My little Ruby is always in to everything and mostly up to no good. She is VERY different to what her older sister was at this age. I know I shouldn't compare, but you can't help it. She is a very funny little girl, full of fun, laughter and soooo much energy. She is a little auburn girl with the firey attitude that comes with it, she will certainly let you know about it when she's not happy :-) Oh, and tell her sister off, you can't help but turn away to laugh. She will give her heaps when she's older. Not sure if I am looking forward to it.....

Heather - posted on 08/17/2009

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Quoting Heather:

Ok Who has a fun spirited 19 month old also?

Addyson my fun spirited one is also the baby and most challenging when it comes to getting into things. Any thoughts or funny stories so that I don't feel like Im the only one not getting anything else done? lol!


 

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