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11/30/11 7:08 A

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I have seen that before and sometimes we have issues like that with our daughter. This year my husband has ended up with 2 ATs and it messes with my daughter because even though she knows daddy is gone she is afraid that I'm gonna be gone too. Lately though she has gotten better since we started explaining things to her more when one of us has to be away. We tell her where we are going, why we are going and when we will back, so lately it has been better since she understands it more. BTW my daughter will be 4 in February.

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9/16/11 1:49 P

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I was wondering if anyone else with children has experienced this -
My husband left for Basic about a month ago, and ever since my youngest's (age 4 as of next Wednesday) sleeping patterns have been way off. He wakes up several times a night, which he has never done, and he is having trouble staying in bed, something that has not been a problem for more than 6 months.
He understands that "Daddy is in Georgia and will not be back for a long time" but not much more than that. He doesn't ask about Daddy too much during the day or at night. He was used to not seeing him much because of his busy job.
I'm just concerned that he is worried I'm going to disappear too...
Does that make any sense, or am I just worrying too much?

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