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Old 10-28-2013, 11:12 AM   #1
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He talks all the time..

I love his sweet voice but sometimes I just need silence for a couple minutes! He's 4, he basically starts talking the moment he's awake and doesn't stop. Haha.

This mom needs a mental moment of quiet

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Old 10-28-2013, 11:26 AM   #2
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My almost 6 year old is the same way. It gets old really quickly.
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Old 10-28-2013, 11:32 AM   #3
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My almost 4 year old has now started asking asking me "what did you say?" anytime I say anything to him, dh, my mom, on the phone. And i have to address him because if I don't he just starts "mommy, mommy, what did you say? mommy mommy mommy mommy....."

The other night he said "its almost night time" I responded "yep buddy it is" he then responded "what did you say? mommy? mommy? Mommy? what did you say? huh? mommy? its almost night time, mommy. what did you say?"
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Old 10-28-2013, 12:06 PM   #4
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Old 10-28-2013, 12:35 PM   #5
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I'm slightly introverted and there are times where the mere volume/length of chatting from my kids COMPLETELY drains me. Mine are only 1 & 3 - I know it's going to get worse before it gets better!
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Old 10-28-2013, 12:45 PM   #6
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Re: He talks all the time..

Oh, goodness, yes! My 7-year-old will talk at length about the minute details of things that bore me to tears (currently it's Pokemon with a side of Legos and Ninjago). My almost-3-year-old is in the stage where he repeats everything a zillion times: "Want watch 'Star Wars! Want watch 'Star Wars! Watch 'Star Wars?" (Of course, he's been in speech therapy for about six months and I'm beyond thrilled at his progress, but geez!) I'm a huge introvert, and when they're both home and talking at the same time, I feel like my head will explode.
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My 15 yr old started this at 3 and he's still going strong. Taking him to the store is soooo hard because he talks constantly and its so distracting. If I try to walk away he follows me. After so many years we give him a really hard time about it and he knows he talks our ears off and he tries but its just sort of part of who he is. Still I have to pretty blunt and rude sometimes to get the message across that mom needs QUIET! Hopefully for you mamas' sakes yours grows out of it.
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Re: He talks all the time..

Ah yes...so far DD1 & DD2 are both motor mouths. DD1 even got a 2 min detention twice in grade one for talking when she should not have been. When DH asked her why she could not stop she said "because that's just the way I'm made!". Is it wrong that some small part of me hopes DD3 is the strong, silent type?? I am totally an introvert and between the kids and DH I am exhausted by days end.
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Old 10-28-2013, 01:43 PM   #9
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We have a just turned 5 year old, a soon to be 4 yr old ( in a week) a 27 month old and a 9 month old. All boys. There is never silence. My husband don't even talk at dinner somedays because we get a play by play from everyone else.

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Re: He talks all the time..

DD1 has always been a motormouth, even before she could talk. She would babble constantly. I had complete strangers in a store or wherever tell me, "You're going to have a talker!"

When I was pregnant with DD2 we would joke that she was never going to learn how to talk because she'd never get the opportunity. Well, we were wrong. She talks almost as much as her sister. BUT ... hallelujah, they mostly talk to each other!

When I feel overwhelmed by their words I try to remember to be thankful that they CAN talk. If that doesn't work I turn on the t.v.

Child #3 will probably be a boy who only makes "vroom, vroom" noises and who will have me worried about his lack of speech.
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