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24-02-2012 12:59 #21
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24-02-2012 13:28 #23
My 4yo DS doesn't stop talking... or asking qusetions in movies. "Mum, who's that man?... What's he doing?... Do you think he's going to "
25-02-2012 12:32 #24Senior Member
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My DS1 4 doesn't shut up ever. But he didn't really start talking until 3 years old.
My DS2 2 is a little parrot who never ever shuts up.
It drives me nuts.
25-02-2012 12:58 #25
They are all like this and it only gets worse! :-/ sorry but our 4&1/2 year DD back chats and all now! Hoping dd2 doesn't pick up her bad habits!
Everytime we tell her to shhh for a minute she claims she doesn't know how or she is trying!?!? Doesn't do that at Kinder!!!
25-02-2012 14:02 #26
I used to wish DD would talk, now she's three and I wish she would shut up!! Lol she just never stops and from the minute she wakes up in the morning it begins, it's beyond irritating at 6am when I can barely shuffle from my bed to the kettle to make coffee, it's just as irritating when she's following me around with a running commentary of my life 'you goin to the toilet, mum? Yeah? Oh that's good. You got toilet paper now mum? Yeah? Mum? Mum? Mum? You doin the dishes mum? You changing the baby mum? You watching a show mum?'
26-02-2012 19:11 #27Member
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26-02-2012 20:25 #28
This thread cracks me up.
I can laugh now because DS doesn't talk yet but if he's anything like his father (and all signs indicate that yes, he is) then I'll have a little Mr chatterbox following me around shortly. DH's grandfather used to bribe him with money to get him to shut up starting from when he was 3!
26-02-2012 21:35 #29
Lol I'm excessive talker so I can say no it doesn't stop.
My parents barely remember a time I wasn't talking. Growing up my family would bribe me to not talk. I actually exhaust some people
I know I talk to much but i find it hard not to talk. If I'm alone for large period of time I talk out loud to myself.
I was constantly getting in trouble for talking too much at school right up to the end of year 12! And even my boss tells me to stop talking sometimes lol
I come from a long line of talkative women and expect that dd is only getting into the groove now lol
26-02-2012 21:39 #30
Lol my dd fav questions are what are you doing, who's that and even when I answer her she will continue to ask the same question.
She now things that "cause" is a answer though eg
Dd "mummy why...? Cause?
Me : no not cause its because ....,
Or if im tired "yep cause"
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