I might be over worrying this issue but I have realized whenever anything say like he hurts himself- not bad just during playtime and he starts crying, instead of coming to me for comfort or consolation he will rather prefer to walk away crying and go to his room.
I have to call and follow him so that I can console him, it will take him like minutes before he accepts my consolation. I really feel sad about this.
Is this okay?
I've always seen kids run to their parents for consolation whenever something happens to them. My son doesn't.
He's almost 20 month's now.
Update: no other strange behavior. He surely listens when I ask him to stop doing something - I'm not hard on him, he's still small. The only thing I can say is that he doesn't like being assisted. He's already shown some strong independence traits, can this be the reason. Do independent kids behave like this?