The beginning of this pregnancy was no cake walk. I was more exhausted this time around and that made my morning sickness much harder to deal with. Then I had a few weeks on bed rest during that time. Through all of this, Carson didn't get much mommy time. I was too tired and had absolutely no motivation to do anything. Plus the smell of another person, including my precious son, set my morning (all day) sickness off. Carson didn't get a lot of love and attention from me for a period of about three months. Do you think it's a coincidence then that he became out of control during this time? My poor hubby's head was spinning trying to figure out what happened to our once happy and obedient toddler (well, at least most of the time :). Finally, when some of my energy started returning and my morning sickness was fading a little I realized how little I had been hugging and kissing my little guy, which is something I did a lot (I can't help it, he's just too cute!). I immediately started planting kisses on his cheek while he was playing or hug him randomly. With just this little change his devil horns were starting to disappear. As more of my energy returned, I added in play time and one-on-one attention and what do you know!? Our little guy was back. We could once again go out in public. Our house became much more peaceful. Now, time, love, and attention are my #1 priorities in order to keep his good behavior up and his bad behavior at bay. It takes time and energy but for us, it is well worth the effort.