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why why why please stop tipping it out

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frankiebuns Mon 16-Jun-14 15:35:41

My ds is 3 1/2 and insists if he has finished eating it goes over the floor ie food drink etc I have told him off explained etc you name it and he still is doing it! He's not keen on food and hates solids but will eat pringles and snacks but no proper meals I'm currently pregnant with dc2 and scared its going to get worse he's a nightmare and just crys when I tell him off any tips I was thinking he had problems but my mum keeps telli g me he's quirky ie he's a parrot and won't say I love you, routine is essentual I can't deviate if he gets something right I praise him he crys and gets scared he's not like his friends at all and I'm sure there is something wrong help

lljkk Mon 16-Jun-14 15:53:28

Can you just give him little amounts of food at a time? To cut down on mess.

I have one (10yo) who shouts from the other room like a baby. All my other DC I easily trained to come talk to me, but no, this one has to summon like a helpless babe. Drives me crazy.

3 yr olds are quirky but would it reassure you to take him to HV to see if they find any of his behaviour worth further investigation?

frankiebuns Mon 16-Jun-14 15:58:39

He's extremely clever but won't show it unless he knows u, making school difficult as they have marked him down on his abilities although I know he casn do itg at home! Which is frustrating our hv is uselezz he has a spinal problem and she sent us strsight to a surgeon which we didn't need and not to a specialist! She also got social services involved when I had post natal depression and threatened to take baby away until I had seen a physcaitrist!

lljkk Mon 16-Jun-14 16:00:50

Do you have a partner helping you deal with things?

frankiebuns Mon 16-Jun-14 16:13:42

I do but he works a lot to keep a roof over our head, he says there's somethin not right but we can't put our finger on it, its just frustrating,I dnt want to label him but if he has got a problem id rather him have help than leave it! My mum says oh he's just like your brother andi know what a mess he turned out like

lljkk Mon 16-Jun-14 16:49:51

labels can be helpful, too. How does your son manage at nursery?

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