Apologies for typos, I'm using my phone. Daisy has been at preschool for 6 months and loves it. She's a sociable and friendly girl and will happily go and join a group of children who are playing. If we are in the park or wherever she will talk to any child! She really loves one particular girl who she has known for about 18 months from toddler group and now preschool. This girl is almost a year older than her and will be starting school this year. Daisy always plays with her at preschool and at home she talks about her, calls her toys after her and says she is her best friend. When she is listing people she loves she always says this girl. This week Daisy has been really quiet and subdued and not keen to go to preschool which is unheard of. Then a few days ago she said out of the blue ' B doesn't like me anymore mummy.' I asked why and she said ' she goes off to play with E and they said they don't like me. They keep forgetting me and running away and hiding and if I find them they push me'. I felt so sad for her . She's never known what it feels like to be left out and rejected before. I am worried it will put her off approaching children to play as she's always done this confidently before. Then yesterday at bedtime she said 'B shouted at me and they said I'm just a baby' then tonight she said 'I haven't got any best friends anymore. They don't like me.' It is just breaking my heart. I don't want her to feel like this at 3 years old . She's such a happy and friendly girl and she is not used to people being unfriendly to her. My hubby spoke to her key worker today and she said she had been wondering why Daisy hadn't been playing with her usual friends this week. Hubby asked her if she could just keep an eye on her and direct her to play with other children if she's looking unhappy so hopefully tomorrow will be better for her. These girls are all leaving preschool in July anyway while Daisy has another year so I hope she'll make some other friends and be happy again at preschool. It's a horrible feeling knowing your child is unhappy when you're not there to look after them .