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grassroots Tue 27-Sep-11 10:59:22

Hi! DS is three and a half. He has started saying he feels 'wobbly' when he gets up in the morning, and occasionally at other times too. Anyone got any ideas what thats all about? Should I be worried? Thanks!

lecce Tue 27-Sep-11 12:49:44

I'm not sure but it's funny because my ds uses this a lot too. He has a new friend who is new to speaking English and he described his voice as "a bit wobbly!" He also accuses me of being "wobbly" if I'm a bit irratable.

I suppose you've asked him what he means but could he mean tired quite awake if he says it when he's just got up?

lecce Tue 27-Sep-11 12:53:55

not quite awake

Octaviapink Tue 27-Sep-11 13:32:03

My DD uses wobbly to mean the slightly shaky feeling when she's got up after a nap or in the morning and she really needs some food pronto. Literally wobbly.

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