Children's growing pains are an aching or throbbing pain, usually in their legs and less commonly in the arms. They’re the most common type of pain in children.  You may notice your child holding or rubbing their legs, or they may seem grumpier than normal. Growing pains usually occur in children between 2 and 12 years old.. They mostly start in late afternoon or early evening and are gone by the morning. The pain during the night can be severe enough to wake your child up. They don't occur as much during the day, but if they do, its intermittent. Some...