To just give a little feedback, my daughter was born 6 weeks early. I'm a SAHM. We have been co-sleeping with her since a week after she was born. No matter where we go in the house (specifically me since my husband is in the military and has been going on dets/deployments more lately) she is on our heels. She has to be hanging on to you. If we distract her with a toy, leave the room, and she notices we are gone, she begins to cry/whine until she has crawled around and found you.
I know that me being a SAHM may have something to do with her excessive clingyness (I've never been away from her for more than a few hours and that is RARE). I'm hoping I can gain some insight on how to break the clingyness so that I may be able to get things done around the house and be able to leave her with a friend or babysistter?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:09 PM on Mar. 24, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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