Juliana has started throwing tantrums if she doesn't get her way. It's magical. Grandpa Jim (my dad), who Juliana has wrapped around her finger, doesn't believe that she could ever do anything like that.
This is from this past Wednesday. I'll set the stage. Juliana didn't want to leave Theresa's when I picked them up after school. On the 3 minute drive home she proceeded to scream, and then something hit me in the back of the head. I said, "What was that?" Noah answered, "Sister's shoe." Juliana had taken her shoe off, and thrown it. I realize the accuracy of a 22 month old is not good, so the fact that it hit me in the back of my head is pretty amazing.
When we got home, I told her she was going to go into time out after I took her coat off. This was what I got. Notice she only has one shoe on.
During this episode, Noah and I went upstairs until the screaming was done. When she stopped screaming, her coat was off, and she was sitting in time out.
Then, she wanted some animal crackers when she was done in time out. Unfortuantely, I didn't put them in the right container. This is what I got. Again, notice the shoes.
Noah and I again went upstairs until she was done screaming and re-seated in time out.
So, Grandpa, what do you think now? Is that enough proof?