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8/19/13 10:27 P

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My daughter isn't exactly afraid of buttons, but she does not like them. We cut the non necessary ones off of her clothes, but there are a lot of clothes that need buttons on them.

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When my son was smaller (maybe 10 months?) my husband was changing his diaper and being silly. He put my sons pants on his head, thinking that my son would get a kick out of this. He did NOT. He screamed and cried like it was the most frightening thing he had ever seen! I remember laughing REALLY hard at that. Now he does it himself and runs around like that!

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Okay, so I hate to be the mom that laughs at her kids but my boys are afraid of some pretty random (to me anyway) things that I find funny, in an oh so adorable way. My triplet boys are 21 months. One is afraid of balloons and ceiling fans. He doesn't seem to notice fans that aren't turned on but is terrified of them when they are on. You wouldn't believe all of the "kid friendly" places that have balloons that we've nearly been kicked out of after creating a major scene. Fans are pretty hard to avoid too.
The other two share a joint fear of seeing my husband or me outside. They don't have issues seeing anyone else (friends, family, our dog, neighbors, mailman, strangers, etc) outside but if they see us, they scream. Even if we're right on the other side of the window, in our own backyard and can talk to them. We have to do yardwork after they go to bed. We hide them in another room away from the windows while I barbeque.
I'm sure there are logical explanations to these fears but to me it seems kind of silly. I'm a big believer of finding a positive or humorous angle to everyday life situations, especially as a mom. Does your kid have any strange fears that are kind of funny to you?

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