It's common knowledge that toddlers are like mini-drunks. One minute they're laughing, the next they're crying and peeing. Anyone who's ever spent 30 minutes with a toddler knows that they run the gamut of emotions -- real quick. Especially when you're playing with them.
Yesterday I was having a lovely afternoon with my daughter. We -- actually, I (gotta give credit where credit's due) -- affixed a sheet to two chairs and made a mini hammock for her baby doll and "stuffies." It started out perfectly pleasant. We were laughing and kissing and generally having a lovely time. But at around 25 minutes, she changed on a dime. It was as if I had abruptly snatched up all the stuffies and hammock and left her with a penny to play with. In all fairness, it was getting close to her dinnertime, but what up with that?!
For anyone who's ever been around a toddler, this one's for you. Here are the 12 things that happen when playing with a toddler.