I'm just on maternity leave with my daughter, Edda. The plans are not many, I thought that we will go on walks, stay at home and sleep on the days and in exceptional cases to meet other children.
the Problem is that my daughter is a little too involved when she sees other babies. Edda would like to be so close to the other baby as possible so that she can touch a little bit on the face. At the same time as she runs into the fingers in the face of the other baby is screaming, she is so high she can straight in the nyllet on his interlocutor, which often becomes a little bit shocked by the sudden intensity.
she growl. She uses the voice so far back in the throat as possible and gurgles forward with muffled sound, a button inches from the calling party's face.
About here is the other baby start crying. Edda sees the reaction as a response and growls therefore on. To the sound of screams and the red in the face will excuse us. I carry her away and says something incoherent. The other parent looks startled that such a nice moment so quickly could be so scary for their children.
adults and try to joke it away. ”EDDA IS ONLY GLAD TO GET MEET you!” I say. I hear how I sound like a kamphundsägare trying to excuse a outcome.
I understand that my daughter is a baby who must learn everything and I get to social interaction is something that you have to work out on. But I just don't understand where she has got vrålandet. Neither I nor the mother of my children tend to scream our daughter in the face on a daily basis.
the growl change. Soon she will start talking with real words. But the question is whether it will make things easier? Already now she is a master at making the other children terrified by its intensity. Fun it will be when she starts at the preschool in the fall.
Anton Säll is on parental leave as a reporter at the DN Sthlm and believe that most people are not nasty, but rather misunderstood.
the Best right now: To stay at a point on the bus. The power to choose barnvagnsplats first is intoxicating.