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My 3-year-old Son Tells Me Almost Crying That He Doesn’t Want to Grow up.

Should I worry?

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For as long as I can remember, I wanted to grow up so I could do whatever I wanted and mostly take care of myself as an adult. So it’s safe to say I didn’t linger too much about childhood or lost childhood, for that matter. Maybe that’s why I can’t understand why my 3-year-old-son almost instantly cries when we…

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Eva Grape

Eva Grape

Chief Mom Officer (CMO) writes about parenting, relationships, sex, and sometimes about business and money; loves to challenge males to better themselves.

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