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http://static.ning.com/socialnetworkmain/widgets/index/logo.gif); background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; background-color: white; background-position: 100% 0%; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat; ">We have a babysitter and she was hired to look after the children (mine and my sister’s) every morning for 2 weeks to free Mum’s and my time in order to declutter the house. As I said before, a house that has seen five generations is full of stuff that really is not needed. That’s was the purpose of such a long stay here.

Unfortunately everything is going pear shape…

M started last Thursday and Elliott was the first one to refuse to go with her. From him it is nothing surprising. Elliott hates new faces and new situations. He panics and gets in floods of tears the minute I disappear. I remember feeling like this when I was young. I remember the ache in my stomach when I was left with someone I didn’t know well. We are very similar the two of us. He even looks after Victor and protects him the same way as I was doing with my sister. → Read More: Coping with strong attachment

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