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    Tanyoid79 posted:
    Over the 2 weeks break I had, my daughter and I flew to NY to visit family. We live in Vegas and during those 2 weeks, she also had to sleep with me and her father as we went to California too. Now she will not sleep in her own bed without screaming (even though she had never slept with us before that) and has terrible mommyitous (she's attached to my hip!) Again, she had always been very independent. What do I do to fix this-I am seriously going insane because I cannot even use the bathroom without her panicking! Any suggestions? I already let her cry and I have a feeling she has even slept on the floor in her room. HELP!
     
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    Tanyoid79 responded:
    I should also mention she is almost 23 months old.


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