Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Seven Ways To NOwhere

Don't you love a Two Year Old?
....Especially at MEALTIME...
Charlie-Can you eat some lunch?
NO!
Charlie~~ Come on~~
NO!
Ok-Want some milk with your lunch?
NO!
I'll give you some anyway, okay?
NO!
You're doing a good job, you know that?
NO!
Are you almost finished?
NO!
OH- Good Boy-Looks like you are ALL DONE!
Are you ALL DONE?
NO!
What's This?
You ARE ALL DONE?
Do you want to get down now?
YES!!!!
Whew- I finally got a YES!
Can you believe it?
What do you mean NO?
your photo name

51 comments:

  1. adorable cute! a true two year charmer, no? or is it yes?:) have a great day, diana!

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  2. I'm laughing out loud here! When you get that yes, woo hoo, they were really listening! He's just so adorable, Diana!
    Happy day~
    Nancy

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  3. You have a way with words and photos! Hugs for Charlie! Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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  4. I love two! Even the no's are cute! ;)

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  5. Aren't you having fun with your grands. Charlie is just adorable. Keep loving them up!

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  6. Isn't it funny that when they turn two, NO is their favorite word?!

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  7. Fun age. Most of the time. Ha! Charlie sure is cute!

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  8. Diana, Those photos make me laugh...that is exactly how they act. When you are two it's hard to make up your mind.LOL blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  9. Aww, cute Charlie. Maybe you should change his name to Charlie-No. When my brother was little someone asked him his name and he said, "No David". lol.

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  10. Charlie is getting so big! Right, Charlie? I'm guessing the answer is NO!

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  11. "No" is always the answer with a 2 year old. Charlie is a cutie!

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  12. My one Grand boy would say. No way. He is polite your two year old. ha ha..

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  13. Oh they do love that No Word, don't they???? Guess they are discovering how they have choice. Or at least, they can sound as if they have choice.

    Then again, maybe it's just *being opposideous*!!! -grin-

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  14. Love it! I can't remember if I told you...I teach 2 years olds one day a week for a Bible class...I see that quite often. Even more so now that they are entering the terrible 3s. Twos have nothing on three year olds. Magically something happens overnight...I truly believe an attitude and an opinion are delivered to them along with their birthdays! LOL

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  15. What a cutie! At least he's not asking 'why' yet! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia;)

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  16. Too funny! I just wanna pinch those adorable cheeks! But I'm sure he'd yell 'NO!' ;)
    Susan

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  17. What a doll he is. So reminds me of our grandson Kaleb at that age. That blond hair and blue eyes... our Kaleb is in college now...they grow so fast...enjoy every "NO" and the occasional "YES"...HaHa.

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  18. Ah yes...I remember the "no phase" very well! That little face is so adorable though! :)

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  19. Diana,
    How can you not give into that adorable face!!! So happy you got him eating a meal. That is an amazing feat with a two year old. Kudo's to you.
    Have fun today with the new baby and the boys.
    Kris

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  20. That's when the attitude starts for sure!
    Charlie is a doll and so is your newly arrived royal princess!
    withLove!

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  21. There is always a yes to the most important question :)

    xo
    Laura

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  22. Oh my he is just adorable Diana!
    That's why God made 2 yr. olds so cute, because they are like mini teenagers.
    And congrats on the new grand-baby. I read that post but I am not sure I commented.
    Hugs friend,
    Where is our spring??????
    Cindy

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  23. Favorite word in a toddlers vocab lol. He is too cute though, I bet you say yes to him often!

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  24. YOU yourself are such an utter delight my friend! BIG smile here! I remember those days well. xo

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  25. LOL There's a reason it's called the Terrible Twos. But in our household it was the Formidable Fours! My oldest discovered her "voice", and it wasn't nice!

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  26. The boy knows what he wants..He thinks..Cute post Diana..Thanks for the laugh..

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  27. he obviously didn't eat much....he's too clean!

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  28. When they learn the word No! it is used for everything isn't it? He's such a cutie ~

    Good luck, Nana! :)
    xo
    Pat

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  29. He is just adorable. I'm telling you your daughter has beautiful babies.

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  30. Oh my goodness! The terrible twos! Thy're so funny! "No?"

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  31. Oh my, when a kid is this cute and funny, how can you stand it!!!

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  32. Oh my gosh, your grandchildren are all absolutely gorgeous!!!! What an absolute doll! Those blue eyes and that blonde hair, what a handsome young lad he is!!
    Thanks so much for visiting Mr. J on my blog today. He's a good boy :)
    Have a great week!
    Donna

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  33. Just being two...such a cutie!

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  34. Whoa, I think I would be exhausted after just a few minutes of "no", Diana! Looks like you are having fun with the grandkids keeping you on your toes! Bet your Hero is missing you back at the ranch:)

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  35. My friend you have a bunch of the cutest grandchildren in blog land and somehoe they all take after their lovely grammy! This Little handsome cutie is no exception!!! Have a great week.
    FABBY

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  36. LOL! Anyone that's ever raised a child or been around a two year old for more than two secs knows exactly what you're talking about!

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  37. Oh the joys of raising children! :) I always figured kids say NO because that's what we say when they do things they shouldn't - but we never say YES when they do what they should! LOL

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  38. HA! I feel like this is my conversation all day everyday! If it's not one bean it's the other! I tell you! But boy when they are so darn cute like your little guy it makes it a little easier to take! A lovely week to ya friend! Nicole xoxo

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  39. You absolutely crack me UP!

    Boy, he sure is a cutie but whew, two year olds, how do you keep up with them????

    I apologize for being so MIA lately - things have been nuts and blogland is one place I just can't find in my schedule for lately- and it is the ONE thing I wish I had unlimited time for - miss it, love it, crave it and need it. Ugh.

    Hugs.

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  40. Is that McDonalds he's eating? I'll finish it for him!!

    XO,
    Jane

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  41. Charlie is a cutie! Yes, they are stubborn at that age but, how could we argue with them. I just would give in. I'm a softy. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,Jody

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  42. Hahahhahaha.....funny face Charlie, you sure are having some fun with your babies....enjoy them!!!!

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  43. I love the look on his face in the first pic, he really means business!

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  44. Good thing that he is adorable!

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  45. I LOVE 2 year olds. He's so damn cute!

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  46. Charlie was made to be photographed! He is a charmer, even when he is saying no! What a face!

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