why am I crying?

Returning to the paid workforce, study or just going out for the night. Discuss issues related to leaving your baby with a carer here
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why am I crying?

Post by sunny_days » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:54 pm

All I have to do is leave my 15month old bubby for 4 hours to go to a uni thing and i am sitting here crying over it :?
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Post by Capricious » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:00 pm

Because no one can love your baby as much as you can. That's why I cry when I leave my LO too :(

Hugs, I hope it went quickly for you xx
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Post by vintage rose » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:01 pm

Capricious wrote:Because no one can love your baby as much as you can. That's why I cry when I leave my LO too :(

Hugs, I hope it went quickly for you xx
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((hugs)) it is hard.
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Post by Countrymum » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:20 pm

I think everyone cries the first time at the very least, especially until you know your LO is happy. It's one thing knowing they're looked after but actually knowing they're happy takes a bit longer.

Just remember before you know it your LO will be grown up enough to be pushing you out the door of pre-school or school because they're thrilled to be away from you for the day so enjoy this time when you feel so close and needed :)

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DD1 breastfeed for 14 months, DD2 breastfeed for 34.5 months.

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