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Posted 07 February 2017 - 01:44 PM
I'm at my wits end with my just turned 2 year old. Was a good sleeper through the night, that's gone out the window as he always wants to be near me, right next to me or within eye sight.
Childcare has become a disaster as he screams and carries on when he knows I'm leaving or even leaving him with anyone. It's to the point our parents don't wish to care for him as it's that bad.
Ever since I'm home with DS2 he has become so clingy to me it's ridiculous.
I'm hoping this is a phase, otherwise when he's old enough for kindy I can't see how I can drop him off screaming for me all the time.
Posted 24 February 2017 - 11:44 AM
How is it going, op?
My bet is its related to the new baby, but I didn't have a small gap, so I'm not sure.
Would he like a doll he can make his baby? Can he have a special job in relation to the baby like checking he's asleep or helping with tummy time?
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