2-year-old devastated about newborn sister

sethbPublished: February 5, 2015Updated: February 6, 201510,526,830 views
Published: February 5, 2015Updated: February 6, 2015

Finding out that you're having a new sibling can be hard for a lot of young children, more so for this little one. Adorable 2-year-old Piper has a meltdown temper tantrum after finding out that she has a newborn baby sister coming home from the hospital. Her father brings out the camera mid-tantrum as he realizes that this will go on for some time, in an attempt to capture this on film. As he asks her a series of questions, Piper shows that she wants no part in the homecoming for her new sibling.

It's fairly common for young children to be upset about having a new sibling, but all will get better with time. Before you know it, they will be playing with each other, the air will be filled with mutual laughter tied with smiles. The same can be said for little Piper, before you know it, her feelings towards her new sister will have changed, and harmony will flow through the air.

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  • 4 rumbles
    Jinglesbelle · 31 weeks ago

    The father is a passive aggressive idiot!

    • 0 rumbles
      MJG · 24 weeks ago

      Am not sure you are using that in the right context : Passive-aggressive behavior is the indirect expression of hostility, such as through procrastination, stubbornness, sullen behavior, or deliberate or repeated failure to accomplish requested tasks for which one is (often explicitly) responsible.

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        YeahAlrightyThen · 18 weeks ago

        The father is saying "nice" words, while doing a mean thing (goading her)pretty standard passive aggression. He's a moron.

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          Jinglesbelle · 17 weeks ago

          Yes, I 'm afraid he will be the impetus to churn the wheels of resentment and rivalry throughout the siblings lives. The little girl already instinctively knows he's a creep.

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        loiskra60 · 17 weeks ago

        and where did YOU get your degree from?

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        Jinglesbelle · 17 weeks ago

        He is using language which is not in accordance to the response he is eliciting. Classic example of passive-aggressive behavior.

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      Sharona61bio · 18 weeks ago

      He should take her out and let her know, in no uncertain terms, that her bad behavior will NOT be tolerated!

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        loiskra60 · 17 weeks ago

        He is provoking her into the tantrum. He just needs to put the camera down and hold her and love her and show her how to love her new sister. They are obviously at the hospital room door.

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    karenconnwhitaker · 22 weeks ago

    I think the child would throw a temper tantrum over anything, the father is just egging her on and is probably a great deal the cause of this behavior.

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    snowdiva · 22 weeks ago

    yeah, sure!

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    Pamela · 18 weeks ago

    Child needs tuned up!

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    trouble · 18 weeks ago

    Stop asking her questions and just pick her up and tell her you love her very much. And then take her out of the room for a while until she calms down.

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      Huskergram · 18 weeks ago

      She's just throwing a typical 2-yr. old's temper tantrum probably from needing a nap, over-stimulation or just stress. When they're at this point, the only thing you can do is assure them they're loved and let them cry. Unless, of course, you're in public. In that case, I agree -- remove her from the room until she calms down.

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    Sharona61bio · 18 weeks ago

    It's obvious that her Daddy is part of the problem. I wouldn't put up with that attitude for 2 seconds. Especially to stand there, in her defiance, and baby talk her. Wow! If they don't get that under control, imagine what she will be like at fifteen. You don't wait for years to start disciplining a child, because it will be too late. It starts early and you teach attitude and consistent behavior. Good luck with that one, and you'd better watch her when she's around that baby.