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#1 MegLegs

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Posted 15 January 2010 - 01:25 PM

Logan has always been a very bright kid; he knows the difference between right and wrong (well as much as an almost 4-year old can know)...but lately I'm not sure if he's playing games, but it's getting me worried about his memory.

Just now, he finished eating some biscuits and put the wrapper in the bin. He's sat down and watched a bit of TV and then off of a sudden cracked the sh!ts because he wants to know where the biscuits went. He's not smiling, he's dead serious and is in tears and wont believe me that he ate them all and it's now in the bin. It's not the first time it's happened this week either, it's hapenning almost once a day.

First I started thinking he was playing with me or trying to weasle his way into getting some more, but now I'm not so sure sad.gif

Has anyone else experienced this? Is it just a phase or is it something worth investigating?

Thanks in advance unsure.gif
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Posted 15 January 2010 - 01:32 PM

It's not something I've heard of - but it's something I'd raise at your next Paed. visit.

Like most things like this - better to ask and be told it's normal than not ask and worry or find out later it's important.

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Posted 15 January 2010 - 09:15 PM

Has he been more tired this week or tired at the times it's happened? I know my son (almost 3) can sort of zone out sometimes when he's very tired, particularly when watching TV and forget that's he's done something like that (more like forget he put a toy down elsewhere and then all of a sudden get upset that it's not with him). The melt-downs with tears etc also obviously happen more when tired.

I guess though if it's happened suddenly and got you worried, a trip to the GP wouldn't hurt smile.gif These kids like to keep us on our toes don't they wink.gif
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Posted 16 January 2010 - 07:30 AM

If it is not a one of thing and is happenig consistently then I would be concerned and raise it with you care provider, but if it was only this one incident I would just keep an eyeon it and maybe pay some memory games to test hiim.

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Posted 16 January 2010 - 08:27 AM

Hmm I'd be a little worried about it. Keep an eye on him and see if its a regular thing, might be a once off. But as a PP said if he is overtired it might be an easy remedy, but I'd get a referral to a pead if it continues.
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