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    Junior Member MississippiMud's Avatar
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    grab a pan and beat the whininess out of him

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    My daughter's kid is over while she's working and he's whining for her?

    I think he's a bit of a mummy's boy. Granny nor Grandad can do anything really to comfort him. His mum's been on a business weekend this last weekend and has a lot of work to do today. Her little boy just keeps whining for her all the time and says that she promised to spend some time with him today. I rung her up and she said that she'll spend some time with him tonight.

    How do I comfort him in the mean time? And what sort of thing shall I tell her to do with him?

    He's 6, nearly 7.

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    Do something with him to get his mind off his mother. C'mon Gramps....you've done this before. Take him to a park, teach him how to ride a bike, teach him how to catch a ball. Have him help you plant flowers or something...jeez.


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