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    Is it always the same sweater she brings? I've had kids in the past with sensory issues ( touch, taste- they were also picky eaters and didn't like certain textures). I found any clothing that was bunchy or clingy were bad -bib snow pants and bathing suits were two I had trouble with. Switching to snow pants without the bib for one child worked better, and the other child I suggested to mom trying a swim shirt which worked.

    Maybe ask Mom or Dad if another sweater or jacket could be sent? Just an idea
    Last edited by Mom of three; 10-02-2015 at 11:49 PM.

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    I do the same as other posters - if you want to play outside, you have to dress properly. I had one 2 yo boy who refused to wear shoes outside, so he would stay in the stroller watching his friends have fun until he decided to put on shoes.

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