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Old 04-14-2012, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by shellie12 View Post
I no your good mum and am sure your hubby is a great dad.
your the nurse have you any ideals. god love her . its hard even on the parents when they waken at night .as you said in a ealier post she was.nt falling out of the bed because of the rails but maybe she thought she was if she was having a dream. i really hope she get a good nights sleep and YOU TO.
What about stuff she is eating befour bedtime? wood she be to warm or to cold? has this only started this few nights(wood she be sick, some wee thing,high temperature) sorry am just thinking of things i wood asking if it was my kid and am sure you have them all already asked
Thanks for helping! Yes, I have thought of all of those things and no, we haven't changed any of the rountines. She does eat a snack before she goes to bed, but it is the same types of snack that she has been doing forever. She would tell me if she was too warm/cold, plus she would just take her blankets off. I appreciate your input. It's nice to have other peoples input. It's sometimes needed. I truly think it's just going to be an adjustment period. Either that or she is having night terrors - she went through a stage 6 months or so ago where she wouldn't sleep for 2 weeks or so. Maybe it's the same thing.
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