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PoppyMumsnet · 09/11/2016 14:49
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vickyors · 09/11/2016 18:19
When my three year old finishes her bath, (and the rest of the time she's determined to be a 'big girl') she loves to have raspberries blown on her tummy. We tickle her and blow raspberries, just as we did when she was a baby, and she howls with laughter. It is a beautiful moment most evenings.
StickChildNumberTwo · 09/11/2016 18:32
When she gets told off my 5 year old inevitably wails 'I want a cuddle' repeatedly. It definitely feels like a regression to an earlier age.
DinosaursRoar · 09/11/2016 19:15
When my nearly 7 year old is poorly, and just wants to lay on me.
ButterflyOfFreedom · 09/11/2016 20:08
When they are poorly they just want 'mummy' and want me to give them lots of cuddles & hold them - just like when they were babies!
leccybill · 09/11/2016 20:12
I still lift my 6yo out of her mid sleeper wrapped in a blanket and carry her into my bed for a cuddle. Luckily for my back, she's very light!
She's my precious only so I'm happy for her to stay my baby for as long as she wants!
Bobafatt · 09/11/2016 20:18
DS came to the into my room in the early morning aged four and climbed into bed for a cuddle. He stayed there half an hour, then climbed out and went back to playing.
123julie321 · 09/11/2016 20:26
My big daughter has a dog teddy, called Sparky, than she's had since she was a little baby, and she can't sleep at night without it. She still hugs it at night. It's like the comforting protection of a blanket for a little baby.
Cocacolaandchocolate · 09/11/2016 20:51
When My 'extremely grown up' 4 year wants a cuddle and her back rubbed.
When my DS 12 is feeling sad he asks for warm milk and a cuddle.
Whyisitsodifficult · 09/11/2016 21:46
When my 8 year old (who doesn't suck his thumb) curls up with his blankie and sucks his thumb!
forkhandles4candles · 09/11/2016 21:59
When sleeping they seem to revert to babies, so peaceful and forgetting all their worries.
foxessocks · 09/11/2016 22:01
My nearly 3 yo likes to be "carried like a baby" every now and again!
thugmansion · 09/11/2016 22:20
Or when they are 24 and text you from their bedroom at 3am to say "come and watch the election results with me I cant bear to watch on my own"
Belmo · 09/11/2016 22:31
My 5yo still likes to come and cuddle up in bed with me in the morning:)
Mindfulofmuddle · 09/11/2016 22:35
My 8yo big boy wouldn't dream of taking his comforter out of the house nowadays, and hides it when anyone comes round. However, at home with us, it's still his favourite thing in the whole world! He has it tucked under his arm wherever he goes in the house, and never goes to bed without it.
BathshebaDarkstone · 09/11/2016 22:35
DS 5 still snuggles and kisses with me. DD 9 asks me to go in with her and hold her hand while she pays her pound to play at our local holiday scheme. She also likes me to do the action rhyme I did with her as a baby at bedtime.
clopper · 10/11/2016 00:09
My 24 year old DD still comes home for a cuddle and hair stroking when they feel ill!
emzywemzy1986 · 10/11/2016 03:49
Does the OH count I see the baby in him everyday, but my DD has just turned 2 and still likes to have a nap cuddling mummy. If Not, then a cuddle when she's woken. No one else will do
cwalliss82 · 10/11/2016 05:28
My seven year old still likes it when I stroke her hair when she is going to sleep - just like she did when she was a baby.
ThemisA · 10/11/2016 06:21
When tired my seven year old occasionally slips her thumb into her mouth snuggled under a blanket on the sofa
samosh22 · 10/11/2016 06:23
My 3 year old
winterpark · 10/11/2016 06:46
My teenagers turn into babies if they see a spider in their room :)
ricola1 · 10/11/2016 06:50
At night when they dont want to sleep in their own beds and try and get in mine
Roraima · 10/11/2016 07:16
No big deal ! If they are ill or mama does it best the whimper is unintelligible, sonorous, alarming and distressful. Which means if I dare not to attend they wither and cease to live... I have quite a crowd of actors. Otherwise, if I don't hear from them it means the earth is gyrating the right way and all is calm on the waterfront !
maryandbuzz1 · 10/11/2016 07:17
Whenever my son is tired he becomes babyish. He speaks in what he thinks is a baby's voice and sucks his thumb.
LifeIsGhoulish · 10/11/2016 07:23
If my bristle-chinned 16yo finds me alone in the sitting room, he will often climb into my lap for a cuddle!
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