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    my dd does the same from time to time.. some people just look at her and she freaks out. i wouldn't worry too much, maybe she was scared of the dog? did the dog growl to scare her?

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    No the dogs is a lovely dog and normally they are friends. I think it was more the excitement that she may have taken the wrong way. It was just bizarre.

    She is normally miss happy

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    People and things can scare little kids randomly. It may be just a look, a sound or a smell. It will be scary/upsetting for bubs and often there's no clear cause so it can be quite confusing and frustrating as a parent.

    My ds was scared of my FIL and would scream every time he saw him. It lasted for over 6 months and was quite uncomfortable. What helped was lots of cuddles & reassurance from us (in our arms) when ds saw FIL and then eventually when FIL came to our house (instead of us going to MIL & FIL's) my ds finally warmed to him. Things improved a lot after that.

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    My DS is the same. He goes through stages of getting totally freaked out by something and bursting into tears and he's really scared! It's was the word 'yay!' for a few months or 'hooray'. Then it was our next door neighbour for a few months, as soon as he saw her he'd just loose it. atm it's if I so 'NO' (even in a quiet voice) or if a low tone of voice is used to say his name....It's all just different stages, it'll pass I'm sure

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    Glad to know I am not the only one. Kids can be funny things =D


 

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