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It's a stage. All you need to remember is that at the end of the day she will have fun there playing with her friends. I realised that once I linger while saying goodbye and making my worries visible to my sons, it took them longer to get used to the new routine. It all became much better when I was quick to leave, ALWAYS saying goodbye to them, never sneaking out, and telling them what time I'll see them again. Now I don't even get a goodbye, they run inside happily without looking back (My sons are 7 & 4). In the meantime you can have a bit of a laugh reading about my experience. Osnat http://maaslife.blogspot.com/2009/08/smo...
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