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    At 2 yrs no friends...he didn't need any and never ever thought he needed too. Like Sonja his friends were random kids he came across at playgrounds or his cousins. That's it. That age ia too young to worry about friends.

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    It's pretty rare for a 2 year old boy to form friendships so young. Some do, but it's not common. At age 2 they are moving from parallel play; playing alongside other children but engaged in their own activity, to associative play; still mainly playing independently but will often engage with a child participating in the same activity as them. Just look up the stages of play for more info.
    I have found that girls progress through the stages of play much quicker than boys, I haven't got any research to support that last comparison, just my own observations.
    Did you particularly want to throw a party for him? I'm sure he'd feel special with whatever you chose to do on his birthday. If you really want to invite friends, then you could ask his teachers to write down a few names for you.

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    Two year olds aren't interested in friends, they plsy along side other kids but not interested in actual friends.


 

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