Wednesday, September 30, 2015

52 WEEKS OF MEMORIES | 39 - FROM ABOVE

This photo both excites me and slightly freaks me out at the same time. I'm excited that she's developing a love of sonny angels like I have, although I'm slightly concerned that when she plays with them the majority of the time they're usually decapitated. She has an obsession with ripping their heads off and walking the bodies around without heads. I'm wondering if I should be concerned about that? The other day she bought me a plastic cup with sonny angel heads in it to drink.... that was interesting. I'm hoping its just a phase, but if any psychologists are reading this and think I should be concerned please let me know.

39 | FROM ABOVE


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6 comments:

  1. Considering the extreme unfortunate family history of mental illness and disorders its something you should keep an eye on!
    Look into the universities for programs like I did with Alex mine was call parent and toddler behavioural program. Good luck

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    1. I was just being sarcastic. Most kids I know who play with sonny angels rip their heads off, it seems to be a phase they all go through.

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  2. She may just think it's fun and clever being able to detach the heads. I wouldn't worry too much unless it keeps happening up until she's school age. I, however, am not a psychologist... so they can feel free to correct me if I am off the mark with that comment. ;)

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    1. Haha I'm sure its a phase I'm not too worried.

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  3. That's hilarious that she's taking heads off. Bahaha. I'm not helpful at all. I wouldn't be worried. If she starts hurting animals then I'd say you have a problem on your hands :)

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    1. Yea she's fine with animals except she does try to smother the cat while cuddling him lol but its not intentional.

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