Some kids are loud, some aren't. I remember one time my nephew (who was maybe 3-4) fell down and bonked his head and was crying and it was so quiet compared to what I was used to. If my 2 yo bonks his head, everyone within about a block radius knows about it.
The screaming won't last forever. You can try to talking to your DD about inside and outside voices, etc. and at some point it will sink in.
My three year old daughter screams sometimes. Whether it is to get my attention or cyring screaming or even just laughing having fun screaming. Does yours? Is it good manners or even good for kids to scream? My friend has two boys and they dont scream at all. I wonder if I am to blame though, because I have a hearing loss and so I can't hear sometimes if she is screaming, only by the look on her face. And she is learning now that when she screams for me, I can't hear her and that she has to come to me. But I feel shunned by other moms with my daughter screaming whether it be a happy scream or not. Any thoughts?
yes my ds screams a lot especially when he doesn't get his own way, he has a very high pitched i'm surprised he hasn't broke windows or made all dogs within a 1mile radius go mad
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