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I’m sure he will grow out of it. It is very common for children to go though phases of preferring one parent over the other. I would honour the need as much as possible and, when that isn’t possible, provide reassurance and distraction. Trying to “break the attachment” is likely to be counterproductive though. He is too little to rationalise what he is feeling so just go with it and he will develop at his own pace :)

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