2-year-old Sunday ended up recording the ABC song and Twinkle Twinkle at her dad's studio recently, complete with headphones and microphone!
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He has a distinctly original way about him that makes him seem a little different or unusual, and he enjoys being his own person rather than "one of the sheep." ... Also, he wants to think everything over and make up his own mind, and he resists being led.Tom insists he isn’t dreaming of his sons taking over the family business. Instead his real hope as a father “is to raise children who go out in the world,” he says, “and do the right thing.”
"The horrific, horrible terrible twos have already begun! If they don't wanna go, they'll just drop and wait, both of them! It's like a sit-in protest. They're like, 'Nope, we're doing a sit-in.' It's so annoying!"
"She is such a light that you instantly feel better."
The root of the issue stems from, as is often the case, the south node. The south node represents the kind of 'predisposition' we enter the world with, the natural behaviors and comfort zones that we seem to be born with, almost like we inherited them (from a previous life?). We often fall back on the norms of our south node behaviors because they are what we know, and the more we live and experience, typically the more well-rounded and self-aware we become to be able to see outside of our unconscious patterns.
My daughter Alice is 15 years old and is generally a good kid and an excellent student but she has problems respecting boundaries, except for when it comes to HER boundaries! For example, asking her sister to borrow an item of clothing when she's in a pinch and then not returning it for weeks or then helping herself to any other clothing she may want to wear...then refusing to allow her sister to borrow clothes in return because "she might stretch them out."
I know the obvious answer is that she's a teenager, but I really think it's more about personality as it predates the teen years. So I am wondering if there is anything you can tell us about our daughter regarding boundary issues, i.e., rules, possessions, limits, etc.