Try sitting with her on the floor and getting her playing wth something. To where she's not "on you" and do this as often as you can for longer stints of time, Tell her Mommy's going to be right back, go get water or something but always come back. she'll start to see you will come back and continue to play without you when you do need to do things. Then you can transition to longer times like her playing on the kitchen floor or at the table during dishes, ect.
Honestly it depends on the kid. My oldest son's was short lived but my second was a cling-on until 18 months, he only wanted me. My 15.5 month old has moments of intense clingyness but other times I don't exist. I'm convinced to him I'm a giant boob that walks lol!
It's a phase:-) She may be able to sense big changes ahead also.
Oh good... Please tell me it won't last long!
by StaabyMommyJanuary 3, 2013 at 12:00 PM
I'm a giant boob that walks lol!
I have felt like this with all my boys =/ LOL!
January 3, 2013 at 6:04 PM
It's a phase : )
My back didn't appreciate it though!