What It Means If Your Child Uses Both Hands to Write

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I am ambidextrous. I was not born with it I had to teach myself over time. I had a stroke when I was 10 or 11 years of age, and lost the use of my whole left side. (I usually write with my left hand which is quite weak now). Then I got diagnosed with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome now my hands are not as good as they used to be. So on some days if I cannot do normal every day things like write or lift heavy things or what ever I would use the other hand. Moat if the time it is both when I am cooking or whatever.
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My mom once told me I used to do this as a kid
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Do you still write with both hands?
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no haha, I only use my right hand now.. but I guess I didn't really "write" with both hands because I was like 3
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So what did you do? Coloring?
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I think so, not sure if drawing 5 lines per page in a coloring book can be seen as drawing tho ??
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Yes I do. believe it or not when I was growing up, I was always a lefty, since this happened, I write better with my right hand now, not so good with the left anymore
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My grandma used to be ambidextrous and she was the smartest and amazing person I've ever met
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I wish I was ambidextrous. I think that's a pretty cool thing. At least I won't have left-handed issues lol
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I get you! I hate it when I have to exchange the silverware when I'm eating
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Haha totally! In the mean while, let's feel an "innocent" envy for these ambidextrous people
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Well now I get why my daughter gets distracted so easily!
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