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To be so nervous about dds 1st night away?

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Amy214 Sat 25-Jun-16 11:36:51

Dd is 2 years old and tonight will be her 1st time sleeping overnight at someone else's house. Its her uncle and aunties and her cousins will be there (my db and sil) i do trust them. But dd can be a handful sometimes, there going to the park aswell and im scared incase she disappears, dd is a runner and doesn't care about the dangers of talking to strangers (she's not shy!)
I know a lot of younger children are the same but my dd and her cousins couldn't be more different.
Tonight is going to be very hard and emotional (im an emotional wreck grin) trying my best to hide it

EatShitDerek Sat 25-Jun-16 11:59:25

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sat 25-Jun-16 12:02:41

Aww of course you're not being unreasonable. You're bound to be apprehensive, and of course she's a handful, she's 2. Being a hand full is part of her job, don't you know wink. I'm sure she'll have a lovely time and obviously be made a huge fuss of. However even if she gets fretful. You're only a phone call away

Amy214 Sat 25-Jun-16 12:12:37

Im going to vacuum and wash both our cars (taking as long as possible) once she's left. Tonight im going to watch a movie and have loads of snacks (no little person trying to steal them all grin)
I'm sure she will have a lovely time i have told them to call me if she gets too much or too upset, i only live 10 mins car journey away so i can be there quite quickly

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