She gets anxious at nighttime and insists that one of us sit in the rocking chair in her room until she falls asleep, and wakes up early crying out for me ("mama!"), but I think that has to do with her lack of understanding of what the big changes are that are going on around her.
She does know, as I'm mentioned before, that mentioning mama + hospital + Kyla = "Mama, you sad? You crying, mama?". She is too smart for her own good. I just keep reassuring her that I love her so much, and that she makes me so happy and makes me smile so big. I also tell her that mama is sad because we have to leave Kyla at the hospital to get better so she can come home to be with us. She "seems" to get all excited when we tell her that she will have her baby sister home with us.
Daddy took our girl out to eat on Sunday while mama was at the hospital- they had lots of fun with the camera! *and yeah,our girl needs a bang trim BAD*