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    Sounds normal to me

    My 22 month old DD does similar.
    "Byebye supermarket, see you another time".
    And yep, she'll put various objects to sleep. USUALLY it's an animal/doll etc., but sometimes it'll be "Shell sleeping! 'night 'night shell"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    Very normal! In the evening my DD has to say goodnight to everything !
    Haha... my 2 yr old Ds does this... His Dad encourages this as pay of the going to bed routine... And ds loves it!!

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    Dd2 is the same. Bye bye car, bye bye chair, bye bye shop, bye bye people. It's very normal. It can be annoying when she says bye bye to EVERYTHING on the way from the car to the shop including seat belts, door, poles, and all the shops in between like the glasses shop, milk shop, bread shop, post shop, shoe shop, paper shop, battery shop.. Whatever it is I have bought from there in the past shop.

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    Thanks for the replies. It's nice to know others do it. I'm a first time mum so some things just seem weird. They do weird things! We are going through a "no" stage and lots of tantrums. He gets upset if my hubby doesn't something that he wants me to do and keeps saying "no, mum". If hubby does it anyway he has a full blown tantrum, the joys!


 

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