Angela M. Maynard

Rookie (August 4,1985)

The Terrible Two’s Before You Were Two


There’s a saying
About a babies
Second year of life.
It’s called
The terrible two’s.
But you, Miss Ally,
You hit the terrible two’s
Before you were two.
Yes that’s right.
Miss Ally,
You are just like your mom,
If not worse.
You are like your dad,
If not worse.
I think you are
Just like both of them.
That is why
I say
You hit
The terrible two’s
Before you were two.
I call it
The Ally Terrible Ones.

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011

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