I am a second time mother who is still nervous just about everything-so i completly understand. My oldest who is now 11 also looked like she had sm breast when she was a toddler-& she was short but tiny in size. So this could just be a common thing, but i cant honestly tell you that when it comes to my daughter every lil thing that made her appear older-or was "too soon" really freaked me out(still does). I don't think you have anything to worry about & im sure if you did her doctor would inform you. Sounds like your doing a great job! Hope this helped you even just a little bit!View Thread
Agressive i have 2 kids my oldest is 11 and my youngest is 18months-and last month my older brother and his family...Posted by Anon_234121 i have 2 kids my oldest is 11 and my youngest is 18months-and last month my older brother and his family moved into our house while they were looking for a new one. Well my older brothers oldest son has add/adhd & at times can be very agressive exp. when he has "tunnle vision" where he will do whatever it takes to get what he wants. well lately i have noticed that my son has become more agressive since they moved in & i really am unsure how to break this. he is my first boy so idk if its a boy thing or something he has picked up. I truely believe he has learned this behavior from my nephew. I miss my sweet baby who yes would have his moments by throwing a fit-but he wouldn't turn agressive. any advice??View Thread
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