Our expert says:
I find it hard to belive that none of our other readers, who include numerous experienced and skilled mothers, have bothered to respond to your post so far --- surely some will respond later today, and I'm sure their comments wioll be useful.
For reasons that are really not well understood, normal kids do go through phases like this of a form of separation anxiety. becoming more clingy and whiny, and after a while they generally move on and stop this, before you've got round to understanding it. Burt do check with the creche whether it is possible that any events there could have upset her, and think through whether it's possible that anyone else in her life may have done something disturbing. Maybe there's a bit of sibling rivalry going on, too, as she notices that little brother stays at home and gets all the attention of the nannt.
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