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user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting GBob:" If you were a good mom you would watch her so she couldnt eat things that she isn't suppoesd to. My suggestion is be a better mom."


If you weren't an idiot, you'd know she has a legit reason to be concerned since pica is real.



Even those most observant parent has a child that eats non-food items.




Bri- I'd be concerned, to be honest. It might be something to bring up to her pedi and get a referral for a child psychologist just to rule out pica.

GBob 1 child; Warrenton, Virginia 3 posts
6th Feb '13

If you know she shoves things in her mouth then why give it to her? If your such a good parent then why don't you take her to the doctor if your worried instead of complaining on here? Everyone works thats just a lame excuse.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting GBob:" If you know she shoves things in her mouth then why give it to her? If your such a good parent then why ... [snip!] ... why don't you take her to the doctor if your worried instead of complaining on here? Everyone works thats just a lame excuse."


I suppose she should just put her in a plastic bubble...so she can chew her way out?



Just so she doesn't run into the possibility of finding cardboard?

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting GBob:" If you know she shoves things in her mouth then why give it to her? If your such a good parent then why ... [snip!] ... why don't you take her to the doctor if your worried instead of complaining on here? Everyone works thats just a lame excuse."


and why dont you log off your anonymous account and back into your normal account and then say that?

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting miserere nobis:</b>" and why dont you log off your anonymous account and back into your normal account and then say that? "</blockquote>




I agree.



Hiding is lame and so well just lame. Lol

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103315 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting crazy coupon lady:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Ravey Candyass:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting GBob:</b>" ... [snip!] ... went oh boy. I have a 10 yr old who chews plastic. Does she swallow or just chew? If its chewing its spd if swallowing PICA."</blockquote>




It's both. Chewing on the stuffed animals.



I was going to wait until her 3 year, but I'll bring it up tomorrow at her sister appointment.

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
6th Feb '13

Charlie did a lot of that, but grew out of it.. his favorite was chapstick and bleach. :shock:



i ended up never cleaning around him because he would follow me and lick the surfaces.




his little sister eats markers, crayons, chalk, and chapstick.. im hoping she too will grow out of it.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103315 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting GBob:</b>" If you know she shoves things in her mouth then why give it to her? If your such a good parent then why ... [snip!] ... why don't you take her to the doctor if your worried instead of complaining on here? Everyone works thats just a lame excuse."</blockquote>




No you're right. I'll put my 2.5 year old in a completely empty room.



I'm not complaining. Simply asking if it's normal behaviour or not. I thought that's what this site was about. Miss high and mighty.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 103315 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting miserere nobis:</b>" Charlie did a lot of that, but grew out of it.. his favorite was chapstick and bleach. :shock: i ended ... [snip!] ... lick the surfaces. his little sister eats markers, crayons, chalk, and chapstick.. im hoping she too will grow out of it."</blockquote>




See at first. Was like "meh crayons. Normal kid." But now it's legit everything. She chews her stuffed animals in the car. Crayons when we're coloring. We went to a party and she chewed on the cardboard when she was done eating thegummies.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting miserere nobis:</b>" Charlie did a lot of that, but grew out of it.. his favorite was chapstick and bleach. :shock: i ended ... [snip!] ... lick the surfaces. his little sister eats markers, crayons, chalk, and chapstick.. im hoping she too will grow out of it."</blockquote>




Your lucky one grew out of it. My 10 yr old.still.chews on any rubbery plastics like silly bands elastics etc...its frustrating at times ppl.stare when we go out. Its mostly when she is nervous and being shy and she does it without even noticing she is doing it.

uəəๅๅoƆ fuknutz, NM, Togo 105368 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting GBob:" If you were a good mom you would watch her so she couldnt eat things that she isn't suppoesd to. My suggestion is be a better mom."


OMG:lol::lol::lol:

You're such a judgemental b***h :lol: