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February 25th, 2015, 07:58 AM
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Hi everyone - This is my first time on one of these sights, but I can't find any answers anywhere for what is going on with my DD. Ok so here goes. My DD is 3.5 and smart, funny beautiful and a boy bully. So what I mean by that is, she has her eyes on this little boy at pre-school, age 4, and she has basically bullied him into telling her that he loves her. ( she said that she told him he had to tell her ) As soon as she gets to school she runs after him and the poor things runs for his life. I have asked her what she likes about him and she responds, because I love him!. So this morning she gets to class and sees him, after ditching her blankie and puts her hand on her hip and "saunters" into the class room right up to him and sticks her hip out and just stares at him. Understand that she really is having, what appears to be full on adult feelings about him. That crazy love smile when she talks about him, the blushing and the hand over the heart thing. " mommy I love him to the MOON!"
Her father and I are not together but have a great "relationship" and we see each other all the time, but I have not been in a real relationship for her to see THAT kind of Love bullying before.
I am not sure how to proceed or even talk to her about how her actions are, highly in proper, and disturbing . But neither do I want to squash her feelings about love or make her not want to come and talk to me.
anyone have an suggestions on how to go about handling this?
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April 6th, 2015, 10:21 AM
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It sounds very sweet and as long as the little boys parents are ok with it I would just let it run its course! Sometimes our little ones can have some very big feelings and it shouldn't do any harm also think about most of the movies little girls watch there is usually 1 love drunk girl in all of them so it really is only natural. Good luck!
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August 22nd, 2015, 05:41 AM
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Its just that suddenly we realize that the years have flashed by and our baby is not baby. We can just advice them what is appropriate and clarify things as early as possible.

Last edited by Ernestine89; August 22nd, 2015 at 05:47 AM.
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