What are you doing right now? Part II

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Yes, they may be fun, but when they become three years old, they become an tyrant. Watch out. lol My son is so willful.
When my oldest daughter turned 3 I decided maybe taking care of a baby in diapers wasn't so bad after all. That physically exhausting period only lasted 3 years, while the mental exhaustion would last 15 years or more. :o :p
 

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Purchasing five boxes of powdered sugar, so I can mix it up for icing. My son will have fun building gingerbread house with LOTS of icing.
 

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Finishing a little work. A change was made to our app, and no one let me know of the name change, so it's been getting filtered... Hopefully they didn't burn too much time testing!
 

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Me, too. He is four years old.
My dentist has a routine for kids. He brings them in for an initial visit so they can sit in the chair and play with the tools, like Mr. Squirty. He also creates their chart and notes all the teeth and their condition. Any cleaning or work is done in another visit.
 

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My dentist has a routine for kids. He brings them in for an initial visit so they can sit in the chair and play with the tools, like Mr. Squirty. He also creates their chart and notes all the teeth and their condition. Any cleaning or work is done in another visit.

His first visit was hard in the beginning. He was scared and upset. His dentist and assistant played tools with him and explained it how it works. They gave him a few tools and a giant dragon doll with a big human teeth, so he can pretend to exam his teeth. He finally overcame his fear and let his dentist clean his teeth. I have to keep expose him to the dental environment, so he will learn to get used to it. I learned something new that his tongue is slightly tied. His dentist told me tongue-tie is kinda controversy because some experts felt it should be left alone, and others disagree. On dentist's suggestion, I had to research and get a second opinion. It has to wait until next year because of the holidays. He will be seeing his dentist in June for cleaning routine.
 

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Yes, they may be fun, but when they become three years old, they become an tyrant. Watch out. lol My son is so willful.

I agree!
And they are so smart!
My youngest niece is invited my family and her friends with their toddlers to celebrate her twins' birthday this weekend. They will be 3!
This should be fun!
 

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I agree!
And they are so smart!
My youngest niece is invited my family and her friends with their toddlers to celebrate her twins' birthday this weekend. They will be 3!
This should be fun!

Twins are double trouble. My nephews are twins. They're quite a handful and mischievous. My son is very sneaky. He smuggled things through the A/C vent.
 

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I am figuring out which products make the most profits. Let me know if you have an idea for me to sell!
 

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Cracking walnuts with my nut cracker and eating an orange.
 
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