Oct 10, 2008


Hunter and I are in a battle of wills. While I will not go into specifics, he had to sit in his room for four hours yesterday until he finally gave in. This issue has been an issue for the last 2 weeks, and yesterday I decided that I would win once and for all. My victory was short lived.
Today, Hunter would not give in AGAIN (on the same issue) and obey me and ended up staying in his room for the whole afternoon. All he had to do was do what I asked and he could come out. He was so upset and bored, but he still refused to obey. I guess tomorrow we will tackle it again. I am wondering how long this will continue until he decides to obey me. Such frustration. I cannot believe his will sometimes, but if I don't win now.....I hate to think what he will be like as a teenager.......I must win this. Sometimes being a parent can be so wearing on the emotions and endurance. At the end of the day, I was almost crying. I wanted to let him out so badly, but more than that, I want him to learn obediance. It was a rough day.

We were wondering if Sissy was big enough to get turned around in her carseat. You have to be one year old and 20 lbs. She is 16 months, but we were trying to figure out the best way to weigh her. She's too light for my bathroom scale to work accurately. Finally I thought of our mail scale and we stood her up on there. She is officially 17 lbs, 7 oz. Yikes! That's tiny. She's going to be in her baby seat FOREVER at this rate.

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