Quoting lolajessup:" It's normal. Don't stress it's diff for all kids."
Quoting laurenmik:" My son never did it until he was in kindergarten and watched the other kids do it, but he grew out of it by like 7. My daughter still does it and she's almost 6."
Quoting brodyzmom:" Is he a lefty? My son is, and it took going to kindergarten to straighten most of it out. He still has a few problems with it, but not very often anymore."
Quoting Yurvette [♥]:" He is a righty. lol. "
Quoting ×ø×K·ßear×ø×:" cameron only does it here and there, until i correct him midway and tell him hes doing it all backwards"
Quoting Yurvette [♥]:" Thats what I do too, but then he gets angry and tells me that it is that way and its the right way. But I erase it and make him do it over again. "
Quoting lolajessup:" Don't freak out mamas. They're doing it cause they've mastered their name ago they're testing new ways ... [snip!] ... diff way. We started teaching dd to write hers in cursive cause she was interested when she saw me write It that way one time."I've contemplated getting Kay started on cursive. I've heard, too, that for wiggly boys some may learn cursive better than they do the other at first. I found that interesting.