she is always asking for daddy and looking for him when she dont find him she sits and crysAnswer Question
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Answer by Mrs.Rod_milwife at 7:05 AM on Mar. 31, 2010
My husband deployed when our son was 2 and I told him that daddy had to go away for work so that he could fight the bad guys and to help people that needed it. I also explained to him about the sun/moon. When we saw the sun, then that meant daddy was sleeping. When it was dark out and we saw the moon, that meant that the sun had to go where daddy was so that it could help him to see to do his work. There are many ways to help her cope. I got my son a daddy doll and it really helped. He is 5 now, daddy is home, and he still sleeps with it from time to time. https://www.hugahero.com/ Also, have her take part in sending care packages. Let her make a picture, decorate the box, pick out toys for daddy, and take it to the post office to mail it. Cont..
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