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    My ds is also left handed. Started seeing signs when he was very little but now at 3 it's very clear he is left handed.

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    I'm left handed and well...pretty normal. We may look awkward but hand preference isn't a hindrance. My brother is left handed too. My parents are both right handed as are my children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    I'm left handed and well...pretty normal. We may look awkward but hand preference isn't a hindrance. My brother is left handed too. My parents are both right handed as are my children.
    I'm a lefty too! all the best people are!

    it's in my family too...my mum and youngest sister both are, plus me. I'm hoping ds is a left too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    I write left handed but to everything else right handed. Biggest issue is smudging letters when you write.
    DD is left handed to. DP thought i made her that way because i am left handed i automatically hand things to her left hand.
    Haha, isn't it funny, I'm a lefty and DH is a righty and my DD is 4.5 and also a lefty.

    When we went to the parent teacher appointment at kindy DH asked her teacher who mentioned she's a lefty, are you sure, isn't it too early to be one or the other? Do you think she is definitely left handed? The teacher looked at him blankly and said, yes.

    He had tried to get her to hold a pen in her right hand as she had terrible pen grip one day and I told him not to force it and why was he so desperate for her to be a right handed and he asked why I was so desperate for her to be a lefty!

    I don't give two hoots either way be he seemed to think too that I was encouraging it.

    Only issues are yep smudging writing, finding scissors (although I actually cut with my right hand) and also I hated not being able to leave my writing pad in my ring binder to write, I always had to take it out to write which really annoyed me - but yep I'm lazy, so I wouldn't think it would be too much of a problem for anyone else

    LMS your OP sounded like you wanted to change it, the way it was worded but I knew I must have been reading it wrong

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    I'm a leftie, all my children are right handed though. I like being left handed, I think mainly we are gifted in the arts and crafts, I love it. I wouldn't want to change that and don't see it as an issue, it causes no problems.

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    I'm a leftie and at 3.5 my daughter still seems to be deciding! But I think she mostly uses her left hand for drawing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post

    LMS your OP sounded like you wanted to change it, the way it was worded but I knew I must have been reading it wrong
    I was very much a bubhub newbie back then and got myself accidentally into trouble once or twice!
    Much better at wording my posts these days lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I was very much a bubhub newbie back then and got myself accidentally into trouble once or twice!
    Much better at wording my posts these days lol
    I didn't realise what an old thread it was! Oops!

    I'm pretty well versed in not wording my posts too well at times


 

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