Naughty teenager

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Postby rockermom » September 29th, 2006, 4:16 pm

Ahhhhh how long does this naughty teenager stage last. Please Please tell me it gets better. He aprox just about 15 months now. Nothing really bad. Just wants constant attention. ANd is all of a sudden pushing the NILIF limits of going on the couch. He opens the door to my room and goes on my bed. He sneaks in there. NO ON THE BEDS in this house! Constantly back talking and vocalizing when I am on the phone every time. Mind you that I also have a 16 yr old will be 17 in a few months human son and one 11 soon to be 12 in a few months. But Ill stop complaining cause all in all they are good kids that make good choices they are just naughty some times.
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Postby pitbullmamaliz » September 29th, 2006, 4:56 pm

Inara's going to be one year old on 10/22, and I think she's hitting her teenage stage too. Nothing bad, just annoying, pushing her limits. I'm quite devastated to read that it lasts so many months!
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Postby Emi » September 29th, 2006, 6:00 pm

Oh my i feel for you guys , when Miss Dottie was age 11 months to 16 months she was chew chew chew all the time , I was so glad when she got out of that stage ... phew

Some newly approved chew toys by Miss Dottie ... she was around 11 months old when she did this.. :shock:

Daddy's bike pedal .. :D


Mommy's arm chair... :D


God only knows what this is I can't remember .. :shock:




She got tired of her toy .. :D




Yes I know I sat and watched her do it , cause I was like , wth are you up to now .. need proof for Daddy .. lol

Now her thing is , if i open up a video to watch , she'll come running to the computer and bark at it , tell me off and roo me till I close it... kids now a day ... :wink:
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