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    Normal. Unfortunately.

    We still have tantrums with jasper (4.5) that go like -

    "how would you like me to cut your toast?"
    "triangles"
    *i cut them*
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "you just said triangles"
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "sorry too late, I can't fix it, it's still good though, just eat them "
    *crying*" but i changed my mind"

    0.0 what?!?



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    Yes!! SOoooooooo normal!

    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    Normal. Unfortunately.

    We still have tantrums with jasper (4.5) that go like -

    "how would you like me to cut your toast?"
    "triangles"
    *i cut them*
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "you just said triangles"
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "sorry too late, I can't fix it, it's still good though, just eat them "
    *crying*" but i changed my mind"

    0.0 what?!?



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    Booby - are you living in my house and I just haven't noticed????? I'm SURE I had that EXACT convo with my boy the other day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM View Post
    Yes!! SOoooooooo normal!



    Booby - are you living in my house and I just haven't noticed????? I'm SURE I had that EXACT convo with my boy the other day!!
    I'm sure I did too - only mine wanted his cut into circles. (For the record, I have never cut his sandwiches into circles and don't ever intend to!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    Normal. Unfortunately.

    We still have tantrums with jasper (4.5) that go like -

    "how would you like me to cut your toast?"
    "triangles"
    *i cut them*
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "you just said triangles"
    "but I wanted rectangles"
    "sorry too late, I can't fix it, it's still good though, just eat them "
    *crying*" but i changed my mind"

    0.0 what?!?



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    I solved this with my DS by cutting one slice in triangles and one slice in squares. Or I talk him into it by saying "hmm you haven't had squares in awhile. How do you want me to cut it?"
    *thinks about it for awhile while I make it*
    "Mummy I haven't had squares in awhile so maybe I should have squares?"

    Haha inception

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    If he is autistic it's almost impossible to diagnose (unless in sever cases) that young, for reasons listed above .

    My nephew is autistic and melt downs over stupid stuff. You will mainly tell in peer settings that he's not like the other kids. It was only when he started kinder he got diagnosed (his swim teacher had hinted he wasn't right, day card had said nothing though I guess it's an awkward conversation to have).

    Meanwhile my nearly 2 year old cries because I won't wear evening dresses around the house... Genuine tears too.

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    Totally normal - so much fun isn't it!!! NOT! They do grow out of it though.

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    You could be describing my daughter exactly . And she is typical . My son as you now has autism and yes he is extremely habitual and obsessive about things but not like this . It's hard to explain but it's just different .

    I wouldn't be worried , your gorgeous boy seems like a typically developing child in every way !!

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    He could just be gong through a sooky stage....my 2 year old goes in and out of stages where she cries and screams over what seems like nothing.


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