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    Hi there again,

    Well yeah he gave it a go for three days the only thing he stopped for was meals, he even played cars with and one hand and kept the other for business. We don't stress about it to much I was more curious to see if he was alone in this.. He will one day grow out of it but until then he will, well continue being busy as we put it....

    We love him none the less and so does his big brother (who has started asking why he won't leave his willy alone)

    Thanks for all the interesting and helpful input we appreciate it...

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    It's not just little boys, it is little girls as well. One of my friend's daughters would work herself up into a dewy mist (that is what she looked like) all the time...pram straps, car seat, side of the couch..anything. I helped them move house, and she was riding the side of the couch, and i took her to the beach to distract her, and she made a mound in the sand and .. yeah well, you get what happened next. She outgrew it, no one made a big fuss out of it. Most kids just need to learn to do it in private (like at home, just not out, at school, etc.).
    DD has just recently discovered the joy of sticking her hands down her pants, and I ignore it. I was carrying her the other day and I swear she was getting all frisky with my waist, so I put her down. dear child, please don't do sexual harrassment to your Mother.

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    Sorry to say it but thanks for the laugh, I think i was laughing because it is so true.... When i interrupt my son he just continues on with my hip.... Not cool at all


 

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