Our expert says:
Surely other mothers reading the forum have useful advice to offer, based on their own experience ?
I'd wonder why, if he was content with the day mother for nearly 3 years now, he should suddenly start getting upset about being left a,one with her. If you have a "wonderful domestic", (a) can't she at least report on whatever might be going on between the day mother and the child ? (b) couldn't she perhaps look after him instead of the day mother ? Could you get a different day mother, and see if things change ?
It would be helpful if whoever is caring for him could interact with other carers in the neighbourhood, so he could spend some time with other children of his age though this isn't critically essential
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