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anxiety in my 15 month old

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K8eee Fri 10-Jul-15 11:34:55

dd has always been a happy, easy going smiley child but this week since Monday she's been a bit out of sorts at bed time and really unsettled sad there's not really been much that is different apart from yesterday I had a day at work for the first time in nearly a year (were self employed so normally dh does all the work but I thought I'd give him a day off) anyway, last night we ended up having her in bed with us for the night envy it's a habit I really don't want to get into, but last night both dh and I were exhausted. I'm also pg with dc2 so any sleep is appreciated at the moment

any advice greatly appreciated

Meandmygirls2009 Fri 10-Jul-15 13:41:19

Maybe she missed you so wanted to be close at night. My dds are like that x

K8eee Fri 10-Jul-15 16:12:20

I said that to dh. I'm back home with her today, she's not left my side but then she's normally like that smile I'm hoping she'll settle ok tonight

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