Our granddaughter went through this stage at about the same age. I think she just wanted to remain "young" as she was scared to go to school. Could your son be scared of some aspect of "growing up"? Just wondering ....
Jdtm: I haven't noticed any signs that my son is afraid to grow up.
Margypops: And no, no new siblings. But lots of new baby's within our family.
I've asked him several times why he does it but never get a clear answer. I'm so puzzled with this obsession of his!!!
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