Last edited by Dreamscapezd; 31-12-2015 at 23:26.
My DS who is 3 does the same thing. I tell him Mummy is talking and wait a minute. If he goes off to keep playing I wait until a break in conversation to let him speak. If he stands there waiting I know it's probably a bit more urgent, as in he needs to go to the toilet, so I excuse myself to ask him if that's what he's after. Whomever I'm talking with can understand why a conversation might be interrupted for a tiny bladder.
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