My daughter is four years old. She hates getting dropped off at daycare. This has just started. She throws a fit, starts hitting the door to leave, throws herself on the ground, etc. I'm afraid she is gonna hurt herself when she starts hitting the door...she just runs full force into the door with her whole body. Sometimes It takes me like 30 minutes to get her to calm down so I can leave...and other days I have to get the teacher to pry her off me so I can get to class on time. She didn't use to act like this. I'm not sure what's causing her to act like this. I talked to her daycare teachers and they said that during the day she is just fine as could be. As far as I can tell nothing has change...it's the same morning routine and everything like that. I don't know what to do. Is this a normal phase? Is she just being a brat? Her teachers are no help and I don't know what to do to make mornings easier.
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