DS1 (2 and a half) is a bright, happy boy, and utterly adorable, but is driving me insane with his constant questioning. I know it's normal (at least I hope it is) but every single thing I say results in his asking "Why, mummy, why?" It gets to the point where I run out of answers. I tried to get a bag of shopping in from the boot of my car this morning and my little helper asked me why I was doing that 7 times!! In 30 seconds!!
I used to think I would be endlessly patient with this sort of thing, but it's driving me crazy. No answer that I give him will satisfy his curiosity.
Is this normal? And if so, how the flip do I make it through without losing my marbles???
they love it when you say something really daft too. like in answer to why youre getting the shopping out the boot, say 'coz the aliens will be hungry and theyre waiting for us to give them food in the kitchwen' or some other such gumf. makes em laugh. and distracts them.