Our expert says:
I understand. Two of a friend's children had smilar rough patches when that age, and have since been strong and wholly healthy --- I hope your little one will do the same. And odly, your second sentence matches something I nearly said in my first response --- she may indeed be associating you with the nurses who give injwections, and her father with the doctors who do NOT give the injections and perhaps treat her more kindly.
But it has nothing at all to do with you being a bad person --- you're a very good person, or you wouldn't notice or care. Its not your fault the nurses have to do the painful parts of her care, so she's become wary of them. Lin's suggestions are excellent --- take time to teach her that YOu are diferent from the nurses, and carry no needles --- that you are loving and nice to be with. And be patient, as it could take a little while for her to learn this.
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