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Separation anxiety with Harriet - Shared screen with speaker view
Marianna Brito
19:43
Can older babies go back to having separation anxiety? My 20mo started at the childminder a few months ago and she loves it, but since then she became very attached to me mostly, when before she was quite equally happy with both me and my husband
Marianna Brito
20:31
And she sticks to the breast for aaaages and is no longer accepting daddy when waking up at night
Lizzie Prestt
22:21
My 19 month old is going through a phase of only wanting me (mummy) he’s very upset whenever I leave him, often wants to be on me. He’s been at nursery since October, didn’t settle for about 2 months then was great and now unsettled again, any tips to why this is happening? He’s also lashing out and hitting lots.
Louise💗
23:01
My little boy is 11 months and he has been in lockdown with me, his dad has still been able to go to work, and his 3 older siblings, but the second I leave the room even tho I’m singing and talkin to him he still cries, he cries the second I’m out of sight ... car seat is also a nightmare cos he can’t see me x
Louise💗
24:19
Can I also ask your Instagram page so I can have a little look at the information please
Fabia Martina
24:53
My anxiety is caused by the possible lack of anti Covid measures and the unknown staff that will care for my daughter. how can I stop these thoughts? Can I visit the childcare more than once at the beginning?
Louise💗
31:22
My little boy started nursery before Christmas and I literally made it my idea to not have any visits with ME at nursery because I new he would be fine because I’ve worked in nurseries and I’ve saw how it works better if parents just leave quickly x
Angela
32:36
hello, two questions if I may.What's the best way to get babies used to family members if they cry when handed to them?What visiting and staff meeting opportunities can we reasonably expect during this current season?
Angela
37:28
(My baby is 9 months old) I'll be back at work in 3 months.
Lesley-Sheena (Oxford)
38:35
I wondered if you could expand on the 10 second rule? Would an example be: "Can you put on your shoes please?" Wait 10 seconds and then follow up or do you give them a heads up of what we will be doing e.g. "can you put on your shoes because we will be going to the park in 5 minutes?"
Lesley-Sheena (Oxford)
40:30
I also have a question about bed time.. My 5 month old will cry bloody murder if dad puts her to sleep and then after 10-15 minutes of dreadful crying I step in to help settle her. As soon as she sees me, she stops crying. How can we help her settle with dad too?
Fabia Martina
52:10
Can you write the insta pag? Many thanks for everything
Katie @ Mush
52:53
harriets_mini_explorers
Lesley-Sheena (Oxford)
56:07
Super session! Thank you so much!!
Alana Bobie
56:24
Thank you for the session
Angela
56:30
Thank you very much. Great advice!
Alana Bobie
56:48
Will definitely take the advice about the night routine x
Marianna Brito
56:48
Many thanks!
Fabia Martina
56:49
Very helpful! Thank you