As you all of you who read my blog know, I have two kids.
(or "seven and three quarters" according to him)
Chelsea's childhood was anything but normal, so really, Jameson is my first experience raising a "normal" child. Not to say that raising Chelsea hasn't been wonderful and exciting, it was just completely different experience than I am having now.
I guess one big difference, unrelated to Chelsea's issues, is that Jameson does have ADHD, and for the present time, we have chosen not to medicate him. (He is doing well in school and in Church without meds, so we feel there is no need to medicate him as long as he can control his behavior on his own. If it gets to the point where that becomes too difficult for him, then we will consider using medication.) So he is constantly a little bundle of energy flitting from place to place. We are used to it, so it doesn't phase us at all.
We try to make sure he has something to do all the time, so he doesn't get bored.
Which might explain why Starr has turned into a spazz, herself....lol. I know, I know, she's just a puppy....but she has definitely turned into a super-hyper puppy.
ANYWAY, the reason for this post...
My question is, does your child constantly feel the need to sing, talk, yell, hum, whistle? When I say constantly, I mean at least 55 minutes of every hour, there is some sort of sound coming out of his mouth. Right now, his kick is the songs of Keith Urban.
Thankfully, he sings pretty good, but when you hear the same song over and over and over again...
Normally, we don't say anything to him at all, but sometimes, like last night, we ended up just sending him to his room to play because we just couldn't take it any more. We feel so bad when we have to ask him to be quiet, but sometimes, especially after a long, stressful day at work, we need some "quiet time".
For just a little while.
So bloggie buddies, do any of you have/had similar "problems", or is it just us that are blessed with such a vocal child?