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    Sarisseda posted:
    I'm new to the community and I had a question, my daughter is 15 months old but since she was about 13 months old she became aware of shadows. She would raise her hand and move it and watch her shadow on the wall, same with mine. Lately she started dancing and would laugh while watching her shadow move. When I've mentioned this to other parents they made it sound like it was something weird. I'm hoping this isn't something to worry about but I would appreciate some feedback!
     
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    RoseLynn02 responded:
    My daughters both did that. I think it's cute. My LO's are very creative & curious, but nothings wrong with them. I'm sure yours will be the same. I wouldn't worry about it.


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