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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    That's doesn't sound good :/
    Dd does spend quite a lot of time with ds outside 'on their own'. (They are outside from 9am until lunch then 4-6pm most days. Our back yard is 'kid proofed' and can be seen from every room in our house. So that makes life a lot easier)
    I think that it helps them deal with things that happen out there.

    Your dd sounds like she has underlying anxiety though :/
    I think a professional might be able to help you get her through it though.
    Sorry I couldn't help :/
    Yeah chn thinks it's anxiety and wants me to take her to a child psychologist

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    At least they would be able to help you with explanations??
    I feel for you though, ds is petrified of the chainsaw my dh uses for work, and he only hears that maybe once every fortnight when dh has to service and clean it at home :/
    It's so distressing when he gets so scared, I couldn't imagine having to deal with that kind of reaction to everyday things like birds :/
    Hugs to you and your dd :/

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    My ds3 is constantly saying he's scared too. He was two in December. His brothers never went through this... at night we have to close the front door because he doesn't like looking out in the dark with it open (screen door closed). He freaks out when he sees someone in motorbike riding gear, or when one is about to start, even when his dad had one he would lose the plot as soon as daddy put his jacket on and he is a real daddy's boy. I think it's just a stage. We try to be understanding without being over the top sympathetic.

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    Ok thanks everyobe so it seems pretty normal at this stage..
    it scares me when he runs in from outside like someone is chasing him! Went shopping today and mannequins are now svary too .. I get that tho they r wierd looking!


 

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