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Huge break through with dd2

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Marne Sat 08-Jan-11 19:50:24

For the past year i have been trying to get dd2 to explain 'what hurts' when she is poorly, i often end up asking her 'does x hurt? yes or no?' and she always says 'yes' even if it doesn't. I had almost given up.

Today we are eating dinner, dd2 is stuffing her face and then comes up to me and says 'i have tummy ache' grin, i have never been so happy over someone having tummy ache grin. I never thought she would be able to tell me 'what hurts' (thought i would have to guess for the rest of my life).

Well done dd2 grin.

Al1son Sat 08-Jan-11 20:02:12

Nice one Marne's DD!

Peaceflower Sat 08-Jan-11 20:02:21

Well done her. My dd always says "everything", when I ask her what hurts|

Marne Sat 08-Jan-11 20:05:13

Thank you, dd1 is poorly with flu and even though she's very verbal she can't pin point what hurts or how she feels.

Lougle Sat 08-Jan-11 20:08:42

smile

TheArsenicCupCake Sat 08-Jan-11 20:09:49

Apart from the tummy ache.. That's brilliant!! Well done dd and well done you!

5inthebed Sat 08-Jan-11 20:11:11

Aww well done, what a breakthrough.

DS2 just says "there" when I ask him, but doesn't point to anything hmm

Marne Sat 08-Jan-11 20:22:42

lol, 5inthebed dd2 used to just say 'there' but not point grin.

I asked her before bed if she still had tummy ache or was it better and she said 'better now', i think she just ate too fast smile.

5inthebed Sat 08-Jan-11 20:28:40

Glad she is feeling better.

He does occasionally let me know where it hurts, usually when he has stubbed his toe and is hysterical because he has a fear of blood coming out of his body.

purplepidjin Sun 09-Jan-11 00:36:32

smile

Communication win

tryingtokeepintune Sun 09-Jan-11 00:45:27

smile

Triggles Sun 09-Jan-11 08:33:44

So nice that you've had that breakthrough. It's so exciting when you feel you've gotten through a little chink in their armour, isn't it?

shaz298 Sun 09-Jan-11 08:46:10

Well done. Poor tuummy though. Is it better? x

justaboutmaintainingorder Sun 09-Jan-11 09:14:12

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Marne Sun 09-Jan-11 09:20:41

Tummy seems fine, think it was a case of too much food grin.

moondog Sun 09-Jan-11 10:20:43

That's a huge huge breakthrough which will make a big difference to her and everyone around her for the rest of her life.
I rejoice for you!!!

smile

yoshysmum Sun 09-Jan-11 12:57:33

Well done marne juniorsmile

mariamagdalena Sun 09-Jan-11 23:26:40

Maybe she needs to over-eat lots of her favourite food tomorrow night just to make sure the new skill is properly reinforced? (mostly tongue in cheek comment) grin

Eloise73 Mon 10-Jan-11 14:35:57

That's awesome, woo hoo!!!

fanjoforthemammaries7850 Mon 10-Jan-11 18:05:47

That's great, we had a big breakthrough with DD the other day too, must be the week for it - she answered her first question, she drew a rectangle with four squares on it, I said "did you draw a house?" she said "no, no, no, a door!"

Marne Tue 11-Jan-11 21:36:59

Fanjo, thats a huge break through, well done to your dd. When dd2 does something new i feel like squeezing her so tight that she pops grin (luckily she likes being squeezed).

fanjoforthemammaries7850 Wed 12-Jan-11 02:42:54

I often squeeze DD too! grin

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