When I look through my photo album, I’m often struck by those little moments of triumph that I feel even though perhaps I shouldn’t. I live for these moments as a parent.
Do you have an oddly satisfying moment as a parent?
Your toddler does the straddle around the potty chair and then actually deposits accurately.
Your toddler falls off his little chair after you’ve told him not to climb the thing 1000 times.
Your toddler tames his own tantrum at the sight of ice cream.
Your toddler chases around older kids in the park but can’t catch them. (You know a good night’s sleep is near!)
Your toddler laughs in his sleep loud enough to wake up everyone but not himself.
Your toddler gets told off by another toddler at the playground: “Mine, All Mine.”
Your toddler thinks any cleaning device is a toy.
Your toddler eats like a lion during growth spurs.
Your toddler eats with a utensil even though it’s much easier to eat said food with his fingers.
Your toddler uses one verb to describe all actions: “Do it.”
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