My son in nursery was called Mr maths, as he was so good with numbers, and he still is even though he says he hates it, his teachers said that he never seemed to pay attention in lessons and when asked the answers he just plucked the correct numbers off the top of his head, they were all amazed, he has said that high numbers make him feel hot and low numbers make him feel cold, I wondered if anyone else had that experience. Science is also another one of his best subjects, and he is a fantastic artist, but I still worry as I know it sounds stupid but, I feel alot of pressure sometimes as I have to keep encouraging him in his school work so he can reach his potential, but also I need to emotionally fulfill him, he is a very tactile boy and tells me he loves me all the time even at the most innopotune moments ie, Im on the loo, in asda shopping queue, or im cross at something, dont get me wrong im not complaining I love it I just feel being on my own, and having that pressure sometimes wears me out, especially as I have another 7 year old boy to deal with and my own health is bad,I just sometimes want someone to come in and take charge so I can relax a little
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