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I was looking through some pictures and came across this one of Harley and had to laugh. He had just been reprimanded for something (can’t remember what) and he was sulking! No matter how much I called his name or tried to get his attention, he was not going to give me the time of day!

Does anyone else notice any sulking when their baby doesn’t get their own way?


 

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Kallie often does. I never really reprimand her or Catcher so that isn't the reason.. she just gets moody sometimes. Catcher, however, is just always a happy-go-lucky guy and never sulks.
 

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I was told that girl maltese can be a little stubborn and can sulk. Once in a while Lacey can get a little moody...I just figure we are going through the teenage years, she reminds me of my husbands daughter...she is 19 can be really moody at times.
 

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Originally posted by Laceys mom@Jul 23 2005, 07:29 PM
I was told that girl maltese can be a little stubborn and can sulk.  Once in a while Lacey can get a little moody...I just figure we are going through the teenage years, she reminds me of my husbands daughter...she is 19 can be really moody at times.
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Yes... stubborn... that's Kallie, too!!
 

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LOL!! That's cute. Peanut's the same way. When I tell him it's bath time he looks at me for a good minute, then turns his head away sooo slowly in disgust
He's such a turkey
So far though, Tic doesn't act human like Peanut does.
 

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Scooby has been doing this a lot lately, especially if he is on hubby's recliner and he has to sit down and behave, he gives us the stare then he plops down with his back to us just the same and ignores us completely till he is ready to even acknowledge we are even in the same room. We also get the huffy sigh or grunt to go with the tantrum style flop to the laying position. It is so funny and the more we laugh at him the more he ignores us.
So very funny though.
 

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Originally posted by Kallie/Catcher's Mom@Jul 23 2005, 07:26 PM
Kallie often does. I never really reprimand her or Catcher so that isn't the reason.. she just gets moody sometimes. Catcher, however, is just always a happy-go-lucky guy and never sulks.
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LOL! :D That sounds just like Sylphide and Shrekkie. Sylphide is a very moody girl...and Shrek is always smiling.
 

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the buttercup is a full-fledged teenage girl. she is moody as all get-out when things dont go her way. especially when she is NOT the center of EVERYONE'S attention. we recently visited friends, and when one of my friend's maltese came flouncing over to play with me, the buttercup literally walked up to me, made an effort NOT to look my direction, plopped down and would NOT look at me no matter HOW much i called her name or offered her cheerios. i had to laugh, it WAS funny!

sometimes she lets out the full sighs that you can hear in another room, lol. that's usually her way of saying "i'm bored. please entertain me."

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Little C is not moody what so ever. She's always cheerful. Sir N, however, can be very moody, which I attribute to his age. It's rough being middle-aged with a young whippersnapper running around.
 

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yeah Kodie can be moody too and hes a boy. He always wants his way... and when he doesnt get it... he will just lay there looking at you with this mad little face on.
 
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