To me it is worth a little inconvience for me to let my daughter know how much she is loved and cared for. So just think of that time as time to cuddle and snuggle her and let her know that even though you have been away you just love her to pieces. I think some babies sense when it is okay to relax and when they need to behave. I know that sounds silly, but I have been to the ER after my daughter has screamed for several hours and as soon as the doctor walks in, she is all smiles.
Other people provide a change of scenery, too. My daughter loves exploring new places and she gets bored at home easily. I don't have time to constantly entertain her, unlike my mother who will take a day off of everything just to pay attention to her since they only see each other about once per month. I spend as much time with her as I can, but I am a full time student and must keep the house at least clean enough for her to not get sick or hurt.
That doesn't mean more than 3 hours in a row, though! It just means that sometimes you have to leave the kitchen a mess in order to go to bed at 8pm on the odd night that they actually sleep at the same time.
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No, it shows him that he can rely on them for his needs. I am the one that will let him cry, and it breaks my heart.
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As for you not caring that your child is crying, that entire statement, in my opinion, is amazing. How can a mother say she doesn't care about her child crying? You chose to have a child and he is YOUR responsibility. She just loves you the most right now. THat is completely normal.
My son did it and NO he wasnt and still isnt spoiled. But that doesnt sound to be the problem with your daughter because she is still crying when you hold her. I think she initally begins crying because she wants mommy and sometimes she may be tired and just continues to be fussy because she already started crying. My son will do that and hes two now.
IF he is really tired he may start crying because something upset him, and even when that is put to rights he continues being fussy simply because he is overwhelmed, tired, and overstimulated!. Aletha Solter Ph. Your daughter doesn't cry around her grandma, possibly, because she doesn't feel her emotions are accepted. After summarizing it for my husband, he no longer tries to stop my five year old daughter's tears or mine.
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Solter would tell you to feel honored that your daughter feels very safe and secure around you, enough that she can share her truest emotions. Patty Shernock. There's no one like mom!
Sometimes, he’ll see me sad. And I’ll explain to him why I’m sad.
And baby knows you know them better than anyone! Especially when you breastfeed, you and your child are so specially connected. My son is 17 months, still breastfed and still a mama's boy. Although it is frustrating, over time you will see your daughter getting more independent and playing more by herself. By meeting all her needs, you have made her confident that mom always knows what she needs! Good job!. Reason for reporting Offensive or inappropriate materials Spamming or advertising Vulgarity or profanity Personal attack Invasion of privacy Copyright infringement.
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