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    Both my kids did this just before they started talking! It felt like it went for ages but was just a short couple of weeks of moodiness and tantrums. Hope it passes quickly for you both.

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    Has he just had his 18mth jabs? That has made my DD pretty cranky over the last week. There are also appar sleep regressions and some big developmental changes happening around now. Hugs Mumma x You are not alone, I am right there with you!

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    Quick update. Took ds to Dr on Tuesday, as expected nothing obvious on physical exam, ears looked fine, urine sample negative etc. so he had his vaccinations which were fine. Since then he had gradually got much better and yesterday was pretty much back to his normal happy self. Still has meltdowns and tantrums so I know these will get worse but he's not doing them all the time like before. So it seems he was obviously feeling unwell for some unknown reason and that was why he was being such a monster. He obviously suffers from man flu like his daddy!!

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    @nh2489 I think its a normal developmental toddler stage. DD has good and bad days (much like all of us)!

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