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2013-06-28
Name: Editor Does your baby cry every time someone else picks him up? Is your toddler always attached to your hip? What can you do to make your child more confident and outgoing?

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2017-03-19
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Name: Anjali
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Hi there if there is any problem apart from this then please share as i cannot see this a problem because this is very common issue and it should be dealt with ease and will go away with the age increases.
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2017-03-19
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Name: Anamika
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Hi there please understand that the child is small and will feel like this so no need to worry and this is not with you as this happens with all of us, so try to figure it out and be calm and do not repeat.
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2017-03-19
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Name: Anaida
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Hi there this is very common issue and one must see to that the child should not feel nervous as the child will always loves to be in those arms to whom he or she sees the most as they are comfortable with them.
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2017-03-19
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Name: Anju
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Hi dear please do not worry so much as this is very common and you should not think so much for this and also make sure that if your child is also not feeling good then try avoid doing that.
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2017-03-19
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Name: Aditi
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Hi there yes this is a very common issue and you should not worry at all and then one must always try to avoid this because the child needs the mother only, so please understand and do not worry so much.
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2017-01-09
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Name: Rama
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
You should have mentioned his age here which would have given us a clear Idea on why he is behaving in such way. if he is just 8-18 months old it is natural, after 18 months start telling him about people. Like who is who. And take him to public places where he is attached to outside world.
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2017-01-09
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Name: Sachin
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
Ofcourse. kids are more attached to people who are around them rather than strangers. So it is very obvious that they shout, beat, cry, or make weird noises when some stranger picks them up. This is normal dont worry
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2016-05-12
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Name: keerthi
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
hey Editor

Thanks a lot for sharing this useful article on this forum.This will be very helpful for the mothers especially who cant even assess the baby's movemnets.Thanks a lot for this.Also pls share other useful details which is helpful for the pregnant women.all the best
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2016-03-05
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Name: Appa
Subject:  RE:Developing Social Skills in Babies and Toddlers
My nephew used to cry whenever somebody picke him up. But over a period of months, this has stopped. enjoying his preschool days he is now coming around
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2016-02-21
#10
Name: minal
Subject:  hi
simply show him something which he likes and tell him if you go to someone else i will give u this and that. after sometime his/her fear will go away and you will need not to show him any candy. you also should tell that person to behave in a way he likes.
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2013-11-14
#11
Name: Rishab
Subject:  Toddler
My daughter used to cry whenever somebody picker her up. But over a period of months, she stopped crying. She is enjoying her preschool days in Orchids without any problem. I really don' t know how she stopped crying though.
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2013-11-19
#12
Name: Payal
Subject:  Toddler
Hey good to hear.

My kid is also studying in Orchids The International School. She had a similar problem when she was small. I took her to a therapist and advised me not to worry about it as it takes some time to develop motor skills in children.
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2013-07-05
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Name: Raginin Debey
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My 8 month old son used to be very social earlier and always smiling but now he has become clingy. He always clings to me and does not go to anybody. If a new person holds him, he cries a lot and it becomes difficult to manage him. the only option left for me is to hold him always. He also does not like to go to his grandparents also. Why is this happening?
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2013-07-05
#14
Name: Damini
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Yes I agree. Small kids tend to have stranger anxiety at some period of time. My daughter was like this when she was 6 months old. she hardly went to anybody. When my in-laws came I had a difficult time in calming her. My in-laws were staying with me and there was no way she was willing to go to them. I gradually tried to work over this. I made her a part of simple moments with her grandparents. Some activities were planned where the grandparents also took part. she gradually started liking to be near them.
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2013-07-05
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Name: Tahir sheikh
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What you are experiencing is a common thing which many parents experience. Many kids become clingy after 6 months as this age is the first emotional milestone for a kid. Before this age, kids are happy anywhere and with everybody but after about 6 months they cry when a stranger approaches them. this can be termed as stranger anxiety. sometimes it may be so because he may not be feeling well, has some problem or simply tired and feeling sleepy. you should not take this seriously but try to calm him down. You have to gradually help him out in coming out of this anxiety.
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