Is 16 weeks too soon for LO to become attached to an object, in this case a blanket? I have no idea if this is a coincidence or not. DD has been fussing off and on all day and I went through the list of issues (hungry, wet, sleepy, temperature, etc.) and everything is okay but still the crying. So I went downstairs into our office and put her in her RNP so I could look something up on the computer. I gave her a little blanket that she likes to chew on and snuggle with a immediately she stopped crying. Not only that, but she started babbling with a huge smile on her face. Seriously? Isn't it too early for her to get attached to something like that?
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