Need advice on a seven year old little girls attachment to a blankie
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Answer by justanotherjen at 10:50 AM on Oct. 4, 2009
I would say there is nothing wrong with it as long as she understands it stays at home durring school hours and she uses it when she needs to sleep. There are plenty of college students who joke that they brought their blankie from home and proudly show it off to their roommate. And the roommate produces their blankie going, "me too!" As we get older we move on to other items of attachment. That watch or ring you just can't not have on you or you feel naked. That is a type of attachment. Making it a big deal makes it worse. Just have a rule about where and when it can be out to keep it safe and protect the blankie. Then as she grows you will most likely find that it is not needed. There are a rare few kids that do actually feel the intense need to have it everywhere, even at school. In those few cases cutting out a small corner of the blankie and puttiing into a pocket may help to transition.
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