Aerosmith star Steven Tyler’s lovely daughter Mia Tyler posted a new photo of her cute son Ax crying and asked parents’ help for a desperate situation.

As you might familiar with the post of Mia from her official account, she always tries to be positive and shares the happy moments of her life. This time, she took to social media for getting some answers from her followers.

Mia stated that his little kid is denying to nap at school, throwing stuff while doing that, and she cannot find the real reason of it.

Here is Mia’s long letter:

“I’ll never be one of those moms that only post the good stuff and I’ll definitely never be a mom that won’t ask for help… So Mama’s or Dada’s, I’m asking for your help. Ax has recently started crying and throwing tantrums at school at nap time.

He refuses to nap and cries uncontrollably. He’s never been that much of a cryer and he goes to sleep just fine at home. Up until a few weeks ago he was napping just fine at school. I’m afraid I’ll have to start doing half days again and bringing him home to nap.”

She continued:

“I did a little online research and saw some Mama’s talking about how it’s pretty normal and just a phase. And that as much as it sucks, it passes and to wait it out. I’ve heard the transition from 2 to 3yrs is harder with boys.

And I’m wondering if that’s maybe what it is as he’s 3 in a few months. Can any parents help me out here? I’m having major mom guilt not knowing if it’s something I’m doing or not. #help”

You can check out that touching post of Mia right below.

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I’ll never be one of those moms that only post the good stuff and I’ll definitely never be a mom that won’t ask for help… So Mama’s or Dada’s, I’m asking for your help. Ax has recently started crying and throwing tantrums at school at nap time. He refuses to nap and cries uncontrollably. He’s never been that much of a cryer and he goes to sleep just fine at home. Up until a few weeks ago he was napping just fine at school. I’m afraid I’ll have to start doing half days again and bringing him home to nap. I did a little online research and saw some Mama’s talking about how it’s pretty normal and just a phase. And that as much as it sucks, it passes and to wait it out. I’ve heard the transition from 2 to 3yrs is harder with boys. And I’m wondering if that’s maybe what it is as he’s 3 in a few months. Can any parents help me out here? I’m having major mom guilt not knowing if it’s something I’m doing or not. #help

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