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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen2010 View Post
    I feel your pain! I read somewhere a 4-5 year old averages 400 questions a day. My DD hit her quota by 9am this morn and has-not-stopped!! Argh.
    Interesting! That would explain my 5 year olds sudden questions about everything. And I mean EVERYTHING. It is so hard to stay patient!

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    I have a 14 year old that never stops talking. He even constantly talks in his sleep. Every single night. There is only some much batman and computer game rubbish one mum can take. So days I just want to rip every hair from my head.

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    Lol. I still remember my Mum saying to me when I was about 10 or 11: 'if muscles get bigger when you exercise them, how does your tongue still fit in your mouth?' hahahaha. I was a wee bit of a chatterbox. Still am sometimes.

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    If the questions were simple, they might be easier to answer, I hate trying to answer questions when I know she won't understand the answer.. Which leads to more questions. I've spent majority of the day trying to explain that even though her sister is due tomorrow, she might come today or the day after tomorrow etc, she just thinks I'm a confused fool Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katey4 View Post
    The constant talking from Miss 5, like constant.. Drives...me...up...the...wall.
    My miss 4 has woken me up at 4am to have a good ol chat about random stuff. im already a cranky pregnant person just let me sleep! Why cant she do this with her dad?

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