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    Randomly screeching/screaming 3 year old
    sunshineonsummer posted:
    My 3 1/2 year old daughter randomly screams, screeches or LOUDLY yells mama. She does it while she's watching movies on my phone, while we're driving down the road, while she's taking a bath......all of the time. It is making me literally insane. She screams at the top of her breath; it scares me half the time it's so loud. Her 4 year old cousin even tells her to "chill out" and stop yelling. Half the time after she screams/screeches, she'll say, "mommy......i want you", but the thing is, she can literally be in my lap already and still say that. What gives? I google search it and all the advice is about toddlers just finding their voices and testing the limits, but the truth is, we're beyond that......she's not testing out her voice or wondering how much I'll deal with her random outbursts, it's something different. Help, please!!!

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