Jayden has been really strange with adults recently....2 quick rundowns...at the park he saw a woman he thought was his mother....he was saying mama as he came down the slide and then ran to her, reaching and crying to be picked up....I told him and showed him it was not his mama...he insisted she pick him up (complete meltdown) so we left the park he was screaming and looking at her like we were leaving his mama behind...I got him in the car and he was stretching his neck to see her and screaming... he stopped after he couldn't see her any more and all was well....now today our neighbor was over...Jayden has never seen this guy but maybe 2 times in his life and not since last summer.....he went to him to be picked up...our neighbor picked him up and Jayden was hugging him and when my dh tried to get him, he squeezed around his neck and wrapped his legs around to not let him go...?????? What is this all about...BTW no one male in Jaydens life looks at all like our neighbor...now the girl he thought was mama, she was about the same size, had her hair in a pony tail like his mom always wears and an was wearing an over sized hoody......but I put him 12 inches from her face and said see this is not mama...but he still insisted??? Any ideas what's going on with him?
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