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What to do when a child constanly want to be held?

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Not enough info.  How old is the child?  Is the child sickly or diagnosed with some ailment that will affect it lifelong?  How often do you hold the child?  What do you feel when you hold the child....anxious...hurried..etc etc etc.

Babies learn fast to play you and if you don't learn to put limits you will regret it, their teachers will regret it, your family members will regret it, everyone involved in the childs' life will regret it.

Lady Darko

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