Our expert says:
You are obviously a very loving mother. CHildren take a while to re-adjust to changes in the rhythm and cast of their lives. They do tend to get anxious when separated from their main caregiver, but usually adjust well when there is another consistent caregiver.
Its worth continuing to explain things to her - she's a bit young to really understand, yet its still worth trying, but don't get discouraged if she doesn't always sem to remember.
DOn't get too anxious, as she will notice and react to your anxiety - seeing you as she does, and her father often, and remaining with your mother, she is getting far more continuity of love than she would at a day-care / creche, where there would be different people involved, and their attention would have to be shared among different children.
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