Ever feel like you've got another appendage—your clingy kid? Here are two tips to help you deal:
Realize that it's perfectly normal. As much as you may be totally embarrassed when your kid cries and superglues himself to your leg, remember that the other parents aren't judging you. They're secretly happy it isn't their kid this time.
Be patient. Luckily, the clingfest is usually short-lived. If you yell at your child or push her away, this will only make things worse because he'll feel even less secure.