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June 13th, 2012, 05:39 PM
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Is it normal for boys to be emotional?

Xander is 2 1/2 and lately he is crying over and everything. He is my first boy so I am not sure if this is normal or not.


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June 13th, 2012, 11:44 PM
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Any specifics ?

As Brendan was like that when he was that age as preferring to do kid stuff,not liking being around other adults,more home bound, and no big crowds.

Plus,he didn't like things taking forever as in got bored or impatient when at stores.

Food wants and food dislikes were another part of him being unhappy as if he was shown food he thought icky it would upset him if he didn't get food what he wanted it would upset him.

If it was me going browsing clothes for myself he would have get upset.

This will settle down emotionally once they start attending school until they start getting hormones for puberty one of our neighbor grandkid at age 10 1/2 emotions run rapid

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