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Not sure what to think of this? Good or bad?

(11 Posts)
5inthebed Wed 08-Jul-09 14:04:13

DS2 (autism and dyspraxia) keeps taking DS3 (7 months old) out of the room when he is in his baby walker, and shoving him in the shoe cupboard or my bedroom then coming back and saying "where's baby ds3"

Not sure whether it's a good thing or a bad thing? hmm

siblingrivalry Wed 08-Jul-09 14:08:40

Sorry, 5, but this made me grin.
I think it's probably a good thing -a bit of cause and effect and interaction with yousmile

I think dd1 (AS)would love to shove noisy dd2 in the shoe cupboard, just for some peace!

5inthebed Wed 08-Jul-09 14:10:02

I am thinking it's a good thing, but poor ds3 lol

I might hide in the shoe cupboard just for some peace!

siblingrivalry Wed 08-Jul-09 14:12:19

I keep laughing when I think about this -thanks for cheering me up on a crap day smile

I bet your ds3 just takes it all in his stride?

bubblagirl Wed 08-Jul-09 14:19:42

lol sorry had to chuckle can just picture poor baby being wheeled off into cupboard and bemused looking child asking where he is lol

lingle Wed 08-Jul-09 16:10:28

a good thing for one of them, not for the other!

brandy77 Wed 08-Jul-09 16:21:14

lol, that is so funny!

Seuss Wed 08-Jul-09 16:35:06

don't know if it's good or bad, but it's v. funnygrin

Marne Wed 08-Jul-09 16:45:03

I think its great grin (for ds2, not ds3), he's playing a little game which takes imagination and then he's using communication by asking you 'wheres ds3?'.

anonandlikeit Wed 08-Jul-09 16:59:26

How funny, I think it shows a good sense of humour, Brilliant!

5inthebed Wed 08-Jul-09 17:39:42

It's one of the only questions he asks!

Glad I've cheered you all up grin

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