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Do all the toddlers scream a lot?

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tilda0 Fri 03-Nov-17 23:43:51

Went to visit a friend and her toddler (1.5year old) was very loud: screaming A LOT, banging most his toys. He fell from his high chair on his head (no belt), later he chocked on bread and later he banged his head on the table. He seemed very agitated to me. Now I don't know much but I'm pregnant with my first and it scared me a lot!

Reassure me??

dantdmistedious Fri 03-Nov-17 23:45:47

Sounds about normal, assuming you were in a restaurant / cafe where a 1.5 year old didn’t really want to be. Sorry!

tilda0 Fri 03-Nov-17 23:46:27

I visited them at their home and all of this happened in 2.5hours

GetOutOfMYGarden Fri 03-Nov-17 23:47:25

I'd be screaming too if I'd fell from a height and whacked my head, choked, and hit my head on a table.

Coastalcommand Fri 03-Nov-17 23:47:55

No, mine rarely screams.

Notso Fri 03-Nov-17 23:50:44

I've had four and only one was a screamer. They do need to be strapped into things and most bang toys at some point.

campion Fri 03-Nov-17 23:51:17

Wouldn't you be agitated after all that?shock

You've just had a lesson in toddlers needing careful supervision...and enough attention.

GretchenFranklin Fri 03-Nov-17 23:51:30

Blimey. No my toddlers were a lot more peaceful than the one you met.

EB123 Fri 03-Nov-17 23:54:56

My youngest is 18 months, he doesn't scream much but he does like to bang his toys and climbs everything so gets bumps.

kissmethere Fri 03-Nov-17 23:57:16

No that doesn't sound good at all.

SparklyUnicornPoo Sat 04-Nov-17 00:00:01

DS hardly ever screamed, DD never shut up, no two toddlers are the same.

SaltAndPeppaPig Sat 04-Nov-17 00:00:58

My girl is 2 at the end of this month and very rarely screams or throws tantrums - but all toddlers are different of course! Not great that the child fell out of a high chair though?! No wonder he/she was going off on one confused

Hotheadwheresthecoldbath Sat 04-Nov-17 00:04:03

They s
hould come with hardhats.I was constant amazed that any toddler made it to adulthood when mine was little.

oldlaundbooth Sat 04-Nov-17 00:07:05

They can be lively, yes.

oldlaundbooth Sat 04-Nov-17 00:07:35

As a pp said not surprised he was agitated.

moonmaker Sat 04-Nov-17 07:35:35

It depends - some are constantly agitated but if he fell on his head that’s probably why
My 20 month old loves visitors and will play nicely when people are around but can be quite whiny if he’s bored as he needs constant stimulation. He is also very hands on and into everything so needs constant supervision or he will damage things / hurt himself so it’s very hard work.

Ecureuil Sat 04-Nov-17 07:41:05

I’ve had two who very very rarely screamed, but I imagine they would have done if they’d fell from a high chair on to their heads!

poptarting Sat 04-Nov-17 07:47:41

Depends on the child. My dd can get very overexcited and loud.

RavingRoo Sat 04-Nov-17 07:51:25

Sounds like lack of supervision to me. If you care for your toddler, give them attention, they are going to be much calmer.

Bbbbbbbb2017 Sat 04-Nov-17 07:51:53

My dd is nearly 3 and is a screamer sad

fucksakefay Sat 04-Nov-17 08:03:44

1 of my three kids was a screamer
Also constantly hurting herself as it's hard to contain a hurricane

goodbeans Sat 04-Nov-17 08:11:13

OP, I used to find toddler noise / whirlwind activity a bit overwhelming too, but don’t worry - once you have your own you will get used to it !

kittydetective Sat 04-Nov-17 08:49:40

Mine was a screamer from day 1.

Kids scream, cry and whinge ...... a lot!

NerrSnerr Sat 04-Nov-17 08:53:54

Sounds normal. Mine wasn’t a screamer but I know plenty that were. I’d be agitated after falling from a high chair!

Dahlietta Sat 04-Nov-17 09:01:05

Mine didn't scream or bang stuff or try to go places that he shouldn't or anything like that. But he threw the most SPECTACULAR tantrums at the age of about 3.

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