Sorry if the negative in the title makes it confusing, but that’s the way I remember it – I didn’t get headaches until I was a well into a pre-teen. I might have just been lucky, and many people have had their 2 to 4 year old say, “Moooooommmmm … My 'ed 'urts”, and something had to be done. Just not for me. We’re not quite in MPSIMS yet, I think, unless my experiences are very atypical. So what’s the straight dope?
And if small children don’t get headaches, what can I do, to emulate this condition? Don’t say sleep like they do, because oversleeping gives me headaches. Is it their simpler lifestyle? More running and jumping and playing? Just an artifact that their heads are still growing and blood vessels and muscles never get tense as a result? Do I need a supply of child encephalitic fluid? And where can I get some legally?
Oh well, bold and italics don’t work on titles.