Venn diagram: New Years travel with a toddler

Venn diagram of our day
It was easier to draw than explain.

5 Responses to “Venn diagram: New Years travel with a toddler”

  1. kelly says:

    ha! us too. what a clusterfuck!

  2. Mike says:

    Love it. It’s reassuring to see “said no to every suggestion”. We were wondering how universal that was… also how long does it last!?

  3. sunday says:

    When they are out of the house.

  4. Mike says:

    Yeah but I mean (and I think you’ve been there):

    Me: Do you want water?
    Baby: No *drinks water*

    Me: *tosses baby in the air and she’s laughing hard* Do you like that?
    Baby: No! …again! … again!

    Me: Do you want cheese?
    Baby: No *eats cheese*

    Me: Do you want to go to the playground?
    Baby: No

    Me: Do you like to draw?
    Baby: No

    Me: Say “yes”
    Baby: No
    Me: Say “yes”
    Baby: No
    Me: Ok
    Baby: *20 seconds go by* Yes!

  5. sunday says:

    YES. 80 does the same thing. I’ve learned to pause and wait for the delayed, secondary “yes” or action.

    She also sometimes says “no no no no no no no”, and if I start interjecting “yes” between them, she says no more emphatically. If I start saying no, she pauses, then says yes.

    So far it’s mostly been cute. And the rest of today was actually great. I don’t know how, since she’s so insanely tired from traveling, but it was great. See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGFpzC1hXxY

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