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Old 07-02-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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If you have a child that has a sound sensitivity...

...do you try to keep the child away from the sounds that bother them? Or try to muffle them on purpose? DD's sound sensitivity seems to be getting worse. She has never had a problem with the fireworks but is already expressing concern over the sound this year. I was considering getting a pair of my dads sound protector ear things (wow what are those called that you wear while shooting a gun???) and letting her wear them so that she can enjoy the fireworks. Normally I would just let her cover her ears and slowly try to get her to put her hands down and realize the sound isn't all that bad. Should I just do this like I normally do or muffle the sound so she can watch and not have to experience the fear before realizing its not so bad?
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