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Have to have things perfect? Like the blankets if she is putting a sheet down lets say for Lauren to play on she has to have it perfect, NOT the whole time it is down but as she is spreading it out she does. Another thing is if she gets her shirt wet at all THAT IS IT she has to take it off<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/rolleyes.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="rolleyes">:<br>
Just wondering if others do this?<br>
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totally normal, my dd will shake, spread, lay down, shake again a blanket until she gets it just right, then lay her baby on it and and wad it all up :LOL
 

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I could have written this post, and added:<br><br>
And while doing the blanket shaking/spreading/wadding she is screaming bloody murder out of frustration. You can just tell she wants it perfect, like, YESTERDAY!<br><br>
Oh, and she wants NO help whatsoever..not a pinky of help from me or Mark- YEESH! LOL!
 

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Sounds just like my girls, ESPECIALLY my oldest. She is very precise with everything she does.<br><br>
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And my Josef! To say he can be quite particular is an understatement. He makes a 'nest' every sleeptime out of blankets and pillows and I do not even try to help or it just makes it worse. He has to line his cars up, just right. When he was a baby he would pick up every single crumb that fell off his plate and put it back on, he use to pick up fuzz from the carpet and give it to me. However Andrew is quite the opposite so far.
 

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oh yes...add us to the list.<br><br>
The part about getting her shirt wet or dirty is totally Emmaline. Except if it is her Wiggles pajama top...she will wear that thing even if it can stand up on it's own. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/rolleyes.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="rolleyes">: Yuck, lol.
 

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Yep, esp. the wet shirt thing. I have to drape the shirt over the laundry hamper until it's dry and then sneak it back to her closet. lol!<br><br>
Darshani
 
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