Don’t be such a wet blanket. Buy something here so we can continue having lots of fun.
According to eMedicineHealth.com, “Separation anxiety is a developmentally normal characteristic in infants and toddlers younger than 4 years of age. Mild distress and clinging behavior are anticipated for short periods of time when young children are separated from their primary caregivers (attachment figures) in situations such as day care or initial exposure to school.”
That definition doesn’t mention anything about our comfortable and cozy blankets, but if your baby ever holds one, there could be similar issues. You’ve been warned.