In light of the horrible earthquake in Haiti, this request seems so insignificant, but I would love some advice.
My son is attached to a security blanket he calls "Baby," one of those small squares of fabric with an animal head attached. It is the only thing he'll go to sleep with.
He had it with him today and I didn't know it, and apparently it dropped out of the car on our way into the grocery store. Since I didn't know he had it, it must have slipped under the car and I didn't see it when we loaded back up. DH went back to the store to find it, but couldn't find it. Jake's been asking for it all morning.
Has anyone been through this? I feel terrible because I know it brings him comfort, and I hate to have him in his room screaming without it. But he's going to have to learn to sleep without it. He has a blanket he asks for, too, but he won't go to sleep without Baby. One time we thought we lost it, he did go to sleep but he cried full-bore for over an hour.