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The kid's responding before the mother even finishes her scripted question. Any kid can memorize, it must have taken a lot of work at that age though!
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Can I get my three minutes back? That was a complete waste of my time! One of the worst videos I've ever seen!.. EVER!!!
Brownie point to for the attempt & effort, but go back to school and switch hobbies ASAP! 
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uuh..cute??..like every other tooddler. These are normal responses unless your tot is for some sad reason slow or developmental
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+Victoria LeChantier ^^ that was extremely well written. It's also the fact parents want their children to be gifted, but trust me even being gifted is not always a blessing and in this day and age doesn't always guarantee you a job or whatever you need. I would say though the US' gifted % should be higher than 6%, but too many kids slave away at standardized tests and they never see their potential. If we had more kids in Montessori we would see a % increase of gifted children.
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That's like warning ALL females to watch out for men BECAUSE men are only after on thing... SEX!!
Women want successful men to be the strong cornerstone of the home/future family, men just want to get laid!
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every one over here are fake so dont trust any one ant girl... bec they act in a simple way to collect ur money so stay safe all my brothers.....  
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Victoria LeChantier

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Can I get my three minutes back? That was a complete waste of my time! One of the worst videos I've ever seen!.. EVER!!!
Brownie point to for the attempt & effort, but go back to school and switch hobbies ASAP! 
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Chris Lowe.. It has nothing to do with viewers being immature, they made a valid and MATURE point, those little girls could end up like several others in their position, never having their own children from the fear of the painful experience. I know three woman personally who are adults and are so fearful, they don't ever want to go through childbirth. One of the three women (my sister-in-law) adopted three kids, and the others still stand their fearful ground. I know one of them (my niece) observed her mother's epidural childbirth but was too traumatized. She was in her mid teens, a genius IQ, and very logical and loving. Not in any way was she immature. You can never take back what a child sees in hopes of erasing fear. This is beautiful moment meant for husband and wife. Since when did childbirth become a family campout? 
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These children didn't look scared at all and it sounded like the older ones were there for the last birth as well. They look calm and happy.
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ARE YOU KIDDING??!!! AREN'T YOU EMBARASSED POSTING THIS NONSENSE!??  ...so your average kid has a lying imagination.!! Good God woman, you have more to learn than your "imaginative" kid!!
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No, I'm definitely not embarrassed because I have the right to express how sad and pathetic it is that these mothers with low self esteem aren't proud enough of their children's normal/average abilities therefore they turn around and create a false image of being 'gifted, advanced, blah blah blah' for the poor child that he/she will never feel they can be/obtain. If these mothers make a habit of publishing how advanced or gifted their child is(which only 6% of the US is gifted), those poor children will wonder why their mother lies about there true ability then answer their own question with..."I must not be good enough". Working with children, I see it ALL of the time and I make it a point to inform the parents to not toss around the words 'advanced, gifted, etc so frivolously but instead, pay attentiom to the CHILD'S favorite talent (singing, artwork, organizing things like their toys/books, etc) and compliment THEM on it! These children's abilities are not a contest in life, but once you start comparing (which is a bad parental move) the child's self-esteem suffers, because they know the deep down truth. Parents need to just be proud of there average children for who they are, praise them and be honest. To the parents who actually have one of the rare 6% gifted or advanced children, its a tough road out there, please dont lose the 'child' in your little one. The more you speak about how advanced they are (to the child or around), the more they depend on the ONE area of talent to carry them through life, possibly giving up any effort.
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