What is it up with kids and addiction to one particular piece of clothing?
For the longest time, my toddler fell in love with a hooded sweatshirt.
As he spent that winter curled up with the hood around his head, all I could think of was Adam Sandler singing “Red Hooded Sweatshirt.”
Later on, we began to understand that he liked the security the hood gave him due to Sensory Processing Disorder.
But the truth is, kids often get addicted to a piece of clothing for what seems as no reason at all.
If your child is attached to her striped leggings or to his thread-bare sweatpants, don’t worry.
He may just grow up like Adam Sandler and write a song about it:
Read more about Sensory Processing Disorder on Mommy Evolution.
Learn more about sensory challenges or join our inclusive community on The Sensory Spectrum.
What piece of clothing is your child particularly attached to? A red hooded sweatshirt, perhaps?