mistygray 132 Posts Friday February 16, 2018Registration date October 16, 2018 Last seen - Feb 19, 2018 at 09:36 AM - Latest reply: prerona30 13 Posts Saturday October 28, 2017Registration date June 25, 2018 Last seen
- Jun 25, 2018 at 06:51 PM
Hello to all the moms active here on this forum. I have some concerns about my son. He is nine months old. As he’s getting older I think he’s getting cranky to day by day. Now that he can easily recognize people, he is a very choosy kid. He does not like anyone. He would only come to me, my husband and my mom. Nobody else. He absolutely hates when someone else holds him. He would start crying and show his anger. Is this just his nature or is there something I should be worried about. I do have seen other kids like that. But they too at some point are okay with other people holding them. Our mother in law lives with us and my son sees her every day. He recognizes her but he still won't go to her. My mom does not live with us but she is one of the lucky ones. He would be okay with my mom holding him. Other kids just won't go to the strangers, but they would be okay with the ones they are familiar with. I'm such a friendly person and so is my husband. I don’t know what got into my son lol.
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Sharonstone123 12 Posts Tuesday February 20, 2018Registration date February 20, 2018 Last seen - Feb 20, 2018 at 12:56 AM
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Hey there Misty! Haha, there's nothing to worry about here. Some kids are just like that in childhood. He will get better with time, trust me. The more he see and meet people, it will change him. It can be his nature too. So you should be happy too, that your baby is not going to let any stranger pick him up. That's better in some situations too.
hey, I understand your question. This is natural for every kid. He began to recognize the hands in which he most likes to play. This is because others don’t live with him. The faces that he found closer and for a longer time like to see again and again. because kids think that they belong to us. While others are not.
He will go to others as he grows day by day and getting mature.
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jenn945 17 Posts Friday February 2, 2018Registration date February 22, 2018 Last seen - Feb 20, 2018 at 08:17 AM
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well, he just a kid.Take some time.Let him at least grow up.You have the greatest gift of life.Being worried is natural but being in this situation for the first time doubles it.Start leaving him alone with your mother in law.If he cries let him.Be less responsive.Let your mother in law take over.I hope this might help.And pray for me too as i want a child badly.(
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SashaMarcus 96 Posts Tuesday January 30, 2018Registration date August 19, 2018 Last seen - Mar 22, 2018 at 08:35 PM
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HAHAHA! That's really normal...My nephew is also just as moody, clever and funny...Just like him! You don't have to worry about it! With time he will learn...He is just a kid...It's just normal...Wish you guys all the best! xx
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alisa123 89 Posts Monday February 19, 2018Registration date August 27, 2018 Last seen - Mar 25, 2018 at 04:47 PM
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Hey Misty! I hope you're doing fine. By reading your post, I miss my time when I used to be worried about this all the time, like you. Dear, these things are normal. Some kids are like this. It's not how friendly you and your husband are. It's just about how your son is. He's just 9 months. He'll be fine as the time passes by. Don't worry. First kid huh?
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prerona30 13 Posts Saturday October 28, 2017Registration date June 25, 2018 Last seen - Jun 25, 2018 at 06:51 PM
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Hello Misty. Do not worry. This is absolutely normal for many children of that age. Everyone has a different rate at which they allow themselves to be vulnerable and accepted by others, it will come, naturally. Do not try and force interactions and just let it play out naturally with properly guidance and love. Take care and good luck to you and your family.
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