I have been separated from my daughter's dad since the fall and we started overnights at his insistence about 7 weeks ago, 1x per week. I knew my daughter would go through an adjustment period with this (as she did when we moved) but I would have thought by now she would have accepted the overnights as routine. However each overnight is harder and harder. She will get teary when I just mention an overnight, doesn't want to see her dad even when it is just to visit and play, and she will ask repeatedly for me and cry during her overnights with dad. She is about 2.5 and I dread that this is doing her some type of psychological harm not to mention it breaks my heart. A lot of her play also revolves around her stuffed animals having lost mommies or mommies who left. I am an APer and she still nurses (for sleep) and cosleeps with me. At her dad's she does cosleep with him and he is able to get her to sleep without nursing. I have tried to explain that we need to share our time with Daddy and that I still love her very much even when I am not there, but I don't think she really understands. I would like to stop the overnights temporarily or at least back off the frequency but just bringing up the subject with her Dad bring an immediate no from him as he is worried that he will lose the bond with her. He is a wonderful and devoted dad and sees her at least 5 if not 6 days a week. And I know how lucky I am! Any thoughts on what to do?