I consider myself very much attuned to my daughter's needs. Since her birth her father and I have done our best to comfort to her the moment she begins fussing. Because of this it is a rare, rare thing that she actually ever cries.
DD does not like being away from me, especially when she's tired. The other night I needed to shower and while DH was taking care of her she got really worked up. I finished as fast as possible ran to take DD from DH's arms. She calmed down almost immediately (just by seeing me), but both DH and I had tears in our eyes. We both just feel horrible when she cries. It makes us so sad to see her sad!
I know as good parents we all love our children and don't want to see them upset, but how can DH and I help ourselves to tolerate SOME normal amount of fussing or crying? I'm starting to realize that I have a lot of anxiety around this. TIA in advance for your advice, mommas.
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