Originally Posted by lmstamper
I hate it. They are usually pretty quick, and I try not to react. I just hope it's not like this for that long.
I thought it was teething at first, but I don't think it is.
She tells me that it's a normal part of development and learning to express himself. I hate to seem him upset -- even if it's just for a little bit.
Tom calls it an emotional nexus.
They FEEL but they can't express. This happens at every age - heck, even some adults I know
- and it's a matter of them trying to figure out what's going on in their world.
It's not easy to see them upset/sad. All you want to do is FIX it for them.
you're doing great