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Contemporary German upbringing - Polish view


Ksysia 25 | 430
13 Oct 2010 #1
That nice German-English couple I know have a 2.5 year old daughter. She's cute- blond and blue Barbie doll.

I just want to say this - not that I have my own kids already, but 2.5 seems a little early for a contest of wills. Children are animals and nothing more. She can't bang the spoon on the table, etc. She's more and more restless and looks very tired. Probably she cries instead of sleeping.

Not sure if that's normal in Germany.
convex 20 | 3,978
13 Oct 2010 #2
Not sure if that's normal in Germany.

It's not.
jonni 16 | 2,485
13 Oct 2010 #3
Children are animals and nothing more.

Biologically we are all animals. Just a particularly cruel species.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Oct 2010 #4
Sounds like a case of the Terrible twos.

A child developmental stage which normally occurs around the age of two (but can start earlier) and consists of toddlers often saying no and throwing temper tantrums.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrible_twos
Raficoo 3 | 34
13 Oct 2010 #5
Children are animals and nothing more

>implying we all weren't children at some point in our lives
pawian 170 | 11,473
13 Oct 2010 #7
Żeby w kuchni, przy dziecku,
mówić po niemiecku?

Never!!!
alexw68
13 Oct 2010 #8
not that I have my own kids already

'Nuff said.

Once you do all previously placed bets about how you'll behave with them (and I placed a fair few) are off.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
13 Oct 2010 #9
Give her coupe more years and she'll be like this Guy.
...
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
14 Oct 2010 #10
but 2.5 seems a little early for a contest of wills.

As soon as they learn "no" the fun starts :D
OP Ksysia 25 | 430
15 Oct 2010 #11
I'm still an animal....hmmm

heh... wanna bash wills?


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