Our expert says:
As someone once said, if a baby could talk, then while being weaned, he'd look up from the breast and say "How can you expect me to change the habits of a lifetime ?"
Soul describes it very well. Your daughter has been used to having you as her exclusive property all her life, and is reluctant ( initially ) to change this -- and maybe hasn't realized yet that she can share you with your fiance, without actually having any less of your love than before. So at first she can accept him as an occasional playmate. Chat with your fiancee, and reassure him that this has nothing to do with HIM --- if Father Christmas or the Easter Bunny looked like they were moving in with Mom, she'd be just as reluctant. He's right, too, about giving her some time --- she needs to get used to the ideas, of him being around, and of him being a bonus in the love-provision business, and not a rival.
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