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By  bl3ur0z3  |  17

Put black shoes on her, then take them off. Tickle the bottom of her feet so she can see the black shoes are off. Ask her what shoes she'd like to wear and ask her for help putting them on so she has "control" and is aware of what she is wearing.

Also, if not recognizing reality is a common problem for her, make an appointment with her pediatrician.

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By  bl3ur0z3  |  17

Put black shoes on her, then take them off. Tickle the bottom of her feet so she can see the black shoes are off. Ask her what shoes she'd like to wear and ask her for help putting them on so she has "control" and is aware of what she is wearing.

Also, if not recognizing reality is a common problem for her, make an appointment with her pediatrician.

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It’s not just toddlers. I’m watching a 10 year old while his parents are out of town, and he told me that his 12 year old brother claims to be hitting puberty, but the 10 year old doesn’t believe him cuz the 12 year old “isn’t getting bigger, if you know what I mean.”