If your child talk too mcuh?

@windhair (498)
May 2, 2007 2:57pm CST
Ok, it is a little bit hard to say this, since I really love my daughter. My daughter like to talk about all the time, from wakeup in he morning, she begin to talk with us, about the funny dream, her plan for today's kindergarden time, some interesting view out side of the windows. There are so many things she are interested in, even during the meal. The only time she do not talk is when she watching TV or cartoon movies. Sometime, she can not find a real topic, just ask something like, 'Why do I eat slower then you?", "Why are the birds keep singing outside?", some questions quite difficult to answer, and when she repeat it from time to time, I begin to feel boring about the questions. Do you think it is normal for a 4 years girl? if yes, do you enjoiy it or you have found some methods to follow the right path?
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@lightningMD (5932)
• United States
2 May 07
Our daughter is 9 and she still does the same thing. She is never quiet unless sleeping. She even talks to the tv and the computer. Sometimes we finally will tell her okay please be quiet for awhile.
@windhair (498)
• Germany
2 May 07
Thanks, this make feel better, it seems I still have a long way to go. Talking to tv or computer? this sounds interesting, maybe the child do not really want to get an answer but just want to express something of draw out attention.
@zjenikka (292)
• Philippines
4 May 07
It is very normal for kids to act like this..... at that age that is what we call the curiosity stage of development.... have fun with it...... I even envy you,my niece is so difficult to converse with and she is already 6 years old.... she doesn't talk at all.... we already have her checked and the doctor says there is nothing wrong with her...and that we just have to wait for her to talk....
• United States
3 May 07
It is normal, as they are learning to communicate. And girls talk more than boys too. Enjoy it, as when she becomes a teen, she will not want to chat with you.