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my son is odd..................anyone else have a strange child.???

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GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 18:29:03

in the winter, he insists on shorts and t-shirts.

right now (in this heat<<melt>>) he is in jeans and a jumper.

AIBU to do this face -->>hmm at him??

and is he BU to keep said clothing on, then complain that he is too hot.

damn child!!!

differentID Tue 30-Jun-09 18:30:33

ds 1 or ds 2?

FranSanDisco Tue 30-Jun-09 18:32:01

There are loads of kids at Dd's school wearing fleeces still. Kids are weird, nuff said!!

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 18:34:26

DS1.

DS2 would be naked given the chance

HecatesTwopenceworth Tue 30-Jun-09 18:35:10

yeah, mine are both fairly weird grin

Overmydeadbody Tue 30-Jun-09 18:37:06

DS is definately very strange.

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 18:37:56

do you really want to talk about strange children.....ive got an aspie - we could be here all night! (god love him....really!)

Kimi Tue 30-Jun-09 18:39:52

I got one of those , I have hidden his winter coat or he would still be trying to go to school in it

MummyDoIt Tue 30-Jun-09 18:40:01

DS1 (aged 6) is insisting on wearing long-sleeved PJs to bed in this heat. Won't be persuaded to sleep naked or even wear short PJs. And he always has to have every shirt, even casual ones, buttoned up to the top button and every top tucked into his trousers. He has his own style!

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 18:41:17

well, I do wonder about DS1 TBVH picky..........DS2 has just been DX'd with a sensory processing disorder, and reading up about it, DS1 has it in reverse......whatever issues DS2 has, the complete opposite is DS1hmm.

hecate, yours are lovely

OMDB, yours or mine??

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 18:42:42

kimi, he is not that bad, but he has a coat avoidence thing in general tho.....

MummyDoIt, yes, he has his own style......that is what it iswink!

2shoes Tue 30-Jun-09 18:43:04

yanbu
but that is boys
ds went out in a hoodie on saturday!!
in the winter he will go out without a coat

Goblinchild Tue 30-Jun-09 18:43:39

Yea! Found you vic!
Aspies with broken thermostats, bare feet and a T shirt in the snow, long black IKEA dressing gown in 30 degrees.
Let the weirdness flow free. grin

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 19:17:23

hi goblin! glad we keep bumping into each other....yes mine has a wonky thermostat too but more so in winter! - its T shirts with no coat in the depths of winter! and all i get is "im fine"....
odd is ok!

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 19:19:26

hey 2shoes, they don;t change as teens thenhmmgrin

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 19:19:44

saying that....now i think about it its all he ever wears....winter or summer. is that a wonky thermostat or an absent one!?

ghostofpsychomum - welcome to our wonderful world! its always interesting!

noddyholder Tue 30-Jun-09 19:21:00

My ds walks to school in winter with a polo shirt and plimsolls.Yeaterday he came down in a bobble hat hmm

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 19:23:20

tis certainly a fun worldhmmgrin

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 19:25:37

noddy, lol.........sorry, but that is funny

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 19:27:18

keeps mine interesting! he would absolutely cringe if i told you this - but when he started school we had to TAPE tellytubbies for him....and he was deeply into the powerpuff girls....he is 17 now...he has found new and manly things to get obsessed about....

noddyholder Tue 30-Jun-09 19:32:35

grin Even weirder he was watching Glastonbury and said I'd never go there I prefer the tennis!!!!he is 15 and his dad is a rock drummer he was gutted and was muttering 'rock n roll'

coffeecups Tue 30-Jun-09 19:36:01

And there I was thinking I was being unreasonable. I keep having huge raging discussions with my 3 yo daughter who insists on wearing tights or long trousers and full length sleeved t-shirts. This from girl who used to be naked at the first sign of sunshine.

GhostOfPsychomum5 Tue 30-Jun-09 19:36:45

picky, mine was similar only with spongebob....

noddy, that has to hurt!!

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 19:39:15

grin bless!

my DH on hearing DS come falling down the stairs (he doesnt walk anywhere - he runs or falls) shouts "ooooo mr grimsdale"....dads eh! lol...saying that ive often "some mothers do 'ave em." he is my own little Frank...lol. but he is lovely, has heart of gold. (mostly anyway - just dont touch his lappy!)

pickyvic Tue 30-Jun-09 19:40:20

said...i missed out said...some mothers etc etc..

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