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Hi, N'dea! I'm sorry to hear about this unfortunate spat,

coincidentally I am in the same boat as you, and I'm probably

a terrible advice giver.. but I'll try to help!

 

All it should take is communication. If he's not responding

to you in little space, try taking initiative in big space and 

explain to him why you might have been acting a certain with

him. Maybe then, he will soften up. It's hard to predict decipher

whether or not he's busy or is just punishing you; but also take 

time to reflect on your own behavior just in case, there's always

two sides :-)

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- Best wishes!
 ⠀⠀ BunBunn

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You need to talk to him as an adult and establish that ignoring you as "punishment" is NEVER okay. This kind of treatment is unfair to a little because we need a steady, DEPENDABLE caregiver.

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Hey Sweet Lil Princess, thanks for your comment Too. I don’t think daddy trying to be to unjust, he’s new to being a daddy too and I’m pretty clingy but I hear what you’re saying. It really doesn’t help when he ignores me and then I feel worse off than I finally
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Thanks Wilderness for the post! And I’m not sure; it’s not so much small things every once in awhile it’s literally me starting it every day
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Thanks Wilderness for the post! And I’m not sure; it’s not so much small things every once in awhile it’s literally me starting it every day
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You definitely need to step away from little space and talk to him. I agree that ignoring you is not an appropriate punishment at all. Also, establishing rules is helpful. My last bit of advice is making sure that you're both on the same page in terms of what you want from him as a caregiver, and what he wants from you as a little. Be as transparent and honest as possible.

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