It will get earlier. I had something similar happen when my oldest daughter started school and the youngest has to still go to the babysitters. She continually said her stomach hurt but after a few weeks she started to get better and realize she was now one of the older kids and could really help out with the smaller ones.
My suggestion would be to start an activity that is only his and yours and that would get him excited to do. Going to a park to play or something else.
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My 3 year old daughter started kindergarten this week (she'll be 4 in December) and that leaves me and her 2 year old brother home together during the days. My son is very attached to his sister, he's never really been separated from her for any amount of time since he was born. Each morning we walk her to school, and then I have to pry him away from the fence as he kicks and screams because he doesn't want her to go to school and leave him behind, and I literally have to carry him home kicking and screaming.(he's over 40lbs, and it's almost 1km :( ) It's heartbreaking to see him so upset, I don't know what I can do to make the transition easier on him. Will it get easier with time?
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