I just started my daughters in daycare this week. The youngest I think will adjust OK. She just turned two in February. The oldest is 3 1/2 and will be starting pre-K in August so I put her in preschool just to get her used to it. She is a very sensitive child and also very anxious (just like her father...and her mother!). Anyway, she is stressing so much and does Ok until nap/quiet time and then she cries for me. When I picked her up yesterday her eyes were red from crying. I kept her home today only because my youngest is burning up with fever after only three days of daycare and I couldn't deal with having to drop the oldest off when the youngest was staying home. What can I do to ease the transition for my oldest daughter?
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