This is a very common problem and is found in virtually all babies from about 7 months onwards.It becomes less of a problem by about 2 years, but may persist much longer. If you have no choice but have to leave your baby every morning to go to work it is important to have a good nanny. You seem to have good nanny and your son likes her.Always leave your baby with his favourite toys.Do not leave him in a hurry but always allow time for him to settle in with his nanny before leaving in the mornings. Don't return if your hear him crying.Phone home once you are at work and confirm that your baby has settled down. This stage will take some time to pass over but your son will eventually settle down.
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