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Nah, we’ll really know we’re old when the first arthritis threads start popping up.

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Nah, we’ll really know we’re old when the first arthritis threads start popping up.


If I inherited any disposition for that from either my maternal or paternal grandmother, it won't be too long of a wait...

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Nah, we’ll really know we’re old when the first arthritis threads start popping up.




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DJ RANN
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Nah, we’ll really know we’re old when the first arthritis threads start popping up.


I think that already happened. Doesn't Redd or someone like that have OA?

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72hrpartyanimal
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Wuddup ya'll. Usually a lurker around here but I like this thread. I have a daughter who's about to turn 2 in April. Love her with all my heart. I guess my toughest thing as a new parent is trying to "not" compare her to other kids. I get caught up in thinking "why isn't able to say sentences like so-and-so's daughter?". Or "my daughter is walking at earlier age compared to what-his-name's kid". I have to remind myself (and my wife) that all kids are develop differently.

The big issue right now is that she's almost 2 but is not formulating sentences. Or screeeaaammmssss when she wants something. Everyone tells us that she'll talk when she wants to talk but as parent, I'm always just a little worried. Like we're doing something wrong.


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Lira
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The big issue right now is that she's almost 2 but is not formulating sentences.

Linguist here. Child development is not my forte but, as far as I remember, she should be able to understand sentences, but it's okay not to formulate them just yet. Joining two words is the most I'd expect before her second birthday, I guess.

Also, you can't be doing anything wrong. Although we tend to think we "teach" kids how to speak, that's a very "Western middle-class" way of dealing with speech. I remember reading that not all cultures bother with toddlers because they can't really talk back, but it's just a matter of time when the kids pick it up

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Silky Johnson
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Hey cool, thanks for that insight Lira. I know what the milestones are but I don't worry too much about them. It's such a waste of energy; kids develop at their own pace in their own way, but they get where they need to be.

I just want our kid to learn to be comfortable and confident, so I'm more focused on making sure she develops a healthy, secure attachment. It's so exciting watching a human grow and become who they are, I want her to feel free to be whoever that is.


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ziptnf
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I'm sure this isn't something unusual that new dads face, but how do/did you guys handle the night/moment when you realized the weight of your newfound responsibility? It's a somewhat abrupt shift, a lifetime of only really looking after yourself, the honeymoon from caring for a newborn, to the sudden onset of the depth and breadth of Parenthood? My mind has been like a runaway train, thinking about how life is so time limited and raising your kids to be productive adults - a time honored tradition of life and humanity for our entire existence. It's still early for me too but I wonder how to handle this mini existential crisis. Do you guys face this every now and then?


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Silky Johnson
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Lol, dude. Try feeling that while all buggered up by hormones. The first time I had the realization that this change was permanent, that I couldn't just roll over in bed and hit snooze in the morning or take off by myself for a few days, I was fucking TERRIFIED.

Just know that it gets easier. You WILL adjust and find your groove. Honestly, I struggled to enjoy the first two or three months. Things really did get so much better after the "fourth trimester." From around 3/4 months onward it's just been more awesome every day.

Truly, the best way to cope is to just try to take in and enjoy each present moment, and don't get too far ahead of yourself. Cause yeah, it's overwhelming.

Be glad you don't have to breastfeed!!


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Trance-M
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It's still early for me too but I wonder how to handle this mini existential crisis. Do you guys face this every now and then?


Yes and I handle it step by step with ups and downs.
Especially in the beginning it's normal to worry a lot. Babies cry and some cry a lot and then it's easy to get worried. I remember our daughter cried more than our son, but it also could be that I just didn't worry too much with him as I knew they have periods of more crying (growing teeth, growing pains etc.) Most of the time no reasons to get worried. So indeed, it will get easier.

My eleven year old daughter is in her last year of primary school. In September she will have to ride to another town on her bike. A new chapter will begin. Time really flies.


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