I usually out-chat my kids, seems like.
I’ve had a few that loved to talk, but more who were very quiet then all of a sudden started asking questions about everything. The one I found hardest when he was little is my youngest; when he’s upset he often clams up and it’s hard to get any information out of him sometimes.
For one, he used to not ask questions in class because the teacher often ended up giving him the answer, and all he wanted was a hint.
LinnieLew, I doubt you will have any problems later – esp if they know they can confide in you.
My daughter is actually ChattyCatty on this forum. I have a different forum now and she is a mod on it and I started another website for some rock ‘n’ roll dudes. I’m kind of decided to go into the website business, so I don’t get as much time over here as I used to get. Shucks because you miss reading all my incredibly long-winded posts. http://bestsmileys.com/sad/10.gif
One person in ncjohn’s party thread asked me for a long post “just for old time’s sake” and I’m telling you I just didn’t have it in me.
This is about the longest I’ve gone for weeks. I’m feeling a bit more normal now that I’ve enlightened all of you with my ability to say little with many words.