There's a reason why people refer to this age as the "Terrible Twos."
Add this doodle to your blog (after reading the Terms and Conditions of Use), by copying and pasting the code below:<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/sodsnodds/460622354/" title="Photo Sharing"><img src="http://farm1.static.flickr.com/207/460622354_fda903dfaf_o.jpg" width="400" height="505" alt="2007_04_15_2_year_old" border="0" /></a><p>Doodle by <a href="http://leesvoice.blogspot.com">Lee</a>. The code for <a href="http://leesdoodles.blogspot.com/2007/04/2-year-olds-brain.html">this doodle</a> and other doodles you can use on your blog can be found at <a href="http://leesdoodles.blogspot.com/">Doodles</a>.
You flow chart is good, as far as it goes. You need to enclude an endless for/next loop for when said two-year-old doesn't instantly get what (s)he wants!Thanks for visiting my blog! I've put up a link to you HERE.
Hi Craig! Thanks for the great idea for a second doodle... time to do a series, I think!I'm tickled with the link. I've blogrolled both of your sites too! Hope to see you again!
This also works with the title "a poor manager's brain"...What? Me? Bitter?
M@: Welcome, welcome! Oh dear... sounds like you have some horror stories to tell!
Well isn't THAT the truth! =)ha!
Too funny :)Have a great Wednesday!http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/10/when-pumpkin-has-bad-day.html
Carrie: Thanks for stopping by! Apparently, some truths are universal!Harriet: Thanks for commenting! Happy belated Wednesday to you too!
Yes. Very true. For sure. :)firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie: Thanks for adding your data point!! (And thanks for commenting and the linky!)
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