Yesterday was the blogaversary 'round these parts.
In light of that I want to thank anyone who's clicked a link, dropped a comment or contributed to the really awesome conversations that have been developing around here in the last year. You ladies and gentlemen have contributed to some truly fascinating discussions that have helped me not only refine my thoughts, but often that challenge my own thinking on this funny little critter we call grindcore.
And as with last year, a look back at the whole idea that got me blogging in the first place.
Two years in, where is Grind and Punishment going? Well, now you can all look forward to my terrible twos.
Forget what I said about all that simple joy stuff; this sounds like way more fun.
Characterized by toddlers being negative about most things and often saying 'no', the terrible twos may also find your toddler having frequent mood changes and temper tantrums.
To help you cope with this normal stage in your child's development, you should always remember that your child isn't trying to be defiant or rebellious on purpose. He is just trying to express his growing independence and doesn't have the language skills to easily express his needs. This can also be the reason why your toddler frequently gets frustrated and resorts to hitting, biting, and temper tantrums when he doesn't get his way.
It's nice to know I'm not the only one obsessed with grindcore.
2 years of grind, but not so much punishment. what gives?
Brutal Alex wins.
You're not loud enough, not fast enough Mr. Childers. Get on it.
A right good tantrum never hurt anyone. Cheers, G&P. Web shots on me.
thank you for providing us with some very fine grindcore reviews and articles, andrew!
bravo. keep on.
*zips up gimp mask and goes looking for riding crop*
so you all want more punishment, huh?
you've all been very, very bad, baaaaaaaaaaad boys.
i agree. not enough brain bleach in the world.
but seriously, you all kick major ass.
Happy Blogaversary my man. Best blog ever.
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