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..................... bia. 3 kids; ., ., Portugal 95748 posts
status Apr 18th '13
Thr3e Little Birds 35 kids; Marysville, Washington 2720 posts
Apr 18th '13

Did he/she talk before?

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
Apr 18th '13

They are mad.
They are sick.
Something happened at school.
They are tired.

Cat.Woman. Due January 15; 1 child; Gotham City, PA, United States 4281 posts
status Apr 18th '13

Did the child speak before?
If not, autism, speech problems, learning disabilities.

Thr3e Little Birds 35 kids; Marysville, Washington 2720 posts
Apr 18th '13
Quoting Supafly★:" I would think something awful or traumatic. I can't imagine my 4 year old not talking. He never shuts up for more than a second. "


:!:

♥ Rhienn ♥ 18 kids; California 11462 posts
Apr 18th '13

If the child has history of Siezures, id say it be Siezures,
Autism, Any disability, or something traumatic thats happened recently

bia. 3 kids; ., ., Portugal 95748 posts
status Apr 18th '13
Quoting Miss Brittany:" Did the child speak before? If not, autism, speech problems, learning disabilities."


I don't think it's autism, the boy I'm talking about is in my daughters class room, he makes eye contact very well with me, and the other kids, he just doesn't talk, when his dad says goodbye, he doesn't even look at his dad, let alone say bye...I feel SO sad for him, he's such a little cutie I just wanna take him home...I asked my daughter if he talks, she said he doesn't, and that he has no friends, the other boys in the class room will say hello to every other kid, but not to this poor boy. :( my daughter got an award for being nice to all the new kids (this little boy is new) so I must be doing something good,lol.



I can't help but not think about him though, even when I'm laying in bed at night. :oops:

Cat.Woman. Due January 15; 1 child; Gotham City, PA, United States 4281 posts
status Apr 18th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting bia.:</b>" I don't think it's autism, the boy I'm talking about is in my daughters class room, he makes eye contact ... [snip!] ... I must be doing something good,lol. I can't help but not think about him though, even when I'm laying in bed at night. :oops:"</blockquote>



Maybe since he won't look at his father, there is some sort of abuse? I don't want to jump the gun, but it is possible.

♥ Rhienn ♥ 18 kids; California 11462 posts
Apr 18th '13

Oh poor kid.
Maybe somethings going on at home with his dad?
Abuse?

bia. 3 kids; ., ., Portugal 95748 posts
status Apr 18th '13
Quoting Miss Brittany:" <blockquote><b>Quoting bia.:</b>" I don't think it's autism, the boy I'm talking ... [snip!] ... Maybe since he won't look at his father, there is some sort of abuse? I don't want to jump the gun, but it is possible."


That's what I'm thinking too :( the other day the boy wet his pants, so the teacher told the dad that she changed him etc, the next morning he comes in with a little cut by his eye, I was thinking uh...his dad looks really slow, like he's drug fucked or something.

Mrs.C+4.5 5 kids; 1 angel baby; Duncan, OK, United States 17677 posts
Apr 18th '13

Maybe he is just really shy? How long has he been in the class?

bia. 3 kids; ., ., Portugal 95748 posts
status Apr 18th '13
Quoting ♥ Rhienn ♥:" Oh poor kid. Maybe somethings going on at home with his dad? Abuse?"


:(

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
Apr 18th '13

That definitely sounds like abuse. I'd call CPS and tell them my concerns.

bia. 3 kids; ., ., Portugal 95748 posts
status Apr 18th '13
Quoting tonys_mama(army wife):" Maybe he is just really shy? How long has he been in the class?"


About 3 weeks.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
Apr 18th '13
Quoting Supafly★:" A CPS case because the child won't talk? "


It's not just him not talking. It's the whole way OP is describing the little boy. He sounds like he's being abused, even she thinks so. I'm sorry but I couldn't live with myself if the child was getting abused, I noticed, didn't do nothing and then the abuse got worse.