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just need to rant lol

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bubblagirl Fri 29-May-09 08:50:12

its not really a rant as such but my perfect little boy has turned into a cheeky answering back young man lol

{i'm secretly happy sshhh}

if i say i will go and do this for me please - no i wont

can you go and get this - no

i will only play with polite boys- no x[name] will not be polite

wheres my yes mum no mum boy gone his been replaced with a teenager in a childs body

he looks like my son he doesn't sound like my son lol

my cuddles apparently are horrigle cuddles {how he says it} he does laugh when says it

he doesnt want to help me - no {name} doesn't want to helk nunny

no {name} will not be good

if anyone sees a polite little boy who wants to help his mummy please return him to me

he has turned into a little man he seems so much more grown up bless him, struggling with the defiance a bit though i'm nearly all out of bribes lol

5inthebed Fri 29-May-09 09:25:10

Hehehe smile

DS2 is like this now as well. His usual reply is either "not yet" or "mammy do it" grin

movingintothefuture Fri 29-May-09 10:32:56

mine now won't play with me as i am a girl and girls are boring. He's four hmm They grow up to quick!

sc13 Fri 29-May-09 10:46:53

grin that's very grown-up

bubblagirl Fri 29-May-09 14:50:26

lol they are such characters aren't they

i said to him earlier he had to be good i wont be good he said i'm drunk lol

and no he didnt get that from me lol well maybe the are you drunk when he falls over but doesn't see me stumblin a round defiant from being drunk lol

amberlight Fri 29-May-09 17:12:34

They don't get much better when they reach teenage years hmm grin

bubblagirl Fri 29-May-09 18:46:25

thanks lol

Phoenix4725 Fri 29-May-09 18:52:06

just wait till he tels everyone what your doing normally while in some public loo

bubblagirl Fri 29-May-09 19:20:32

oh dont wee went through sainsbury's the other day i always ask if he wants toilet he shouted out he had itchy gum {as you know can't pronounce alot of sounds}
thn i said well mummy needs to go as his freaking as he doesn't

in front of everyone nunny do you need a wee wee and a coo coo

lol i was as red as anything no dear just a wee wee as if i don't answer he'll just keep om until i do

amberlight Sat 30-May-09 06:47:43

blush grin

bubblagirl Sun 31-May-09 07:33:05

how long does this phase last as his not using words so much now its worrying me he seems to be whining and stamping feet or throwing him self on sofa and crying its actually not been funny last 2 days

i have to keep reminding him to use his words as i have no idea whats wrong with him

could it be his cold or possibly hay fever making him like this or could it be the testosterone kick and his struggling to understand how he feels?

all i know my patience is waring thin

its one being funny and argumentative but his switched to frustrated not using his speech , stropping throwing himself down in tears all the time yesterday was full of it

but i got cross and it didnt help why is he not using his words?

has anyone else had this

ChopsTheDuck Sun 31-May-09 07:48:36

is he overtired? ds1 completely forgets words when he is very tired, he can't use them as they've jsut gone clean out of his head.

amberlight Sun 31-May-09 07:56:45

DS was like it any time he was ill - sore throat, earache etc. So am I blush, well, without the complete physical tantrum.

We're often so bad at saying what's actually hurting (or even noticing it). Just a thought. And it's been quite warm in a lot of the country, so wonder if that's made it worse (if so).

bubblagirl Sun 31-May-09 08:05:55

its not tiredness thank goodness since his been on melatonin its worked wonders

its just he seems different but has had an appearingly endless cold so maybe he has hayfever making him run down possibly

his just not as easy going and just falls apart so easily at moment really sobbing over the smallest of things had to be put to bed at 5.30 last night as kept breaking down in tears and genuinely couldn't stay up not so much from being tired although i think heat knocked him out but he just couldn't handle things

possibly maybe its the uncomfortableness of the heat also not understanding how to deal with it maybe i need to get some more magicool for him to spray on and cool him down he used to love that as it wasn't wet but cooling

amberlight Sun 31-May-09 08:10:49

Anything that makes my breathing difficult makes me absolutely panic-stricken, so it could well be hayfever related, yes.

bubblagirl Sun 31-May-09 08:16:14

its so good to hear things from your view he seems to have very dry nose all the time i did buy soem nasal drops to help clear night times seem to have improved with the breathing i've been using karvol and vicks which he loves

if it continues maybe i'l,l have to pop him a long to docs to see if anything can be given i don't want him to get back into habit of acting how he is as we left it behind quite a while ago and made big improvements

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