One day she's happily playing with her, the other day she seems to have been replaced: she'll still get a tip if you go into the kitchen. No, it didn't spoil anything but another developmental spike: it's time for separation anxiety.
Separation Anxiety: Why is it so motherly?After birth, the baby lives in close physical and mental contact with the person who cares for him (usually with his mother) and does not realize that he is different. Sometime between six and eight months old, however, she is slowly becoming aware of it, and she is overwhelmed with great uncertainty. This uncertainty shifts from a shorter sense of security to the fact that as you experience little by little, your mother always comes back - from your next room, your hairdresser or just your workplace. a little out of this situation (of course not.) We've collected the most typical fears about you - and we'll tell you why you don't have to.