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1/13/09 2:47 A

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yea he has his iggle piggle and a panda bear that he sleeps with. last night was a little better. i sat with him for a little while and then i went to bed. he cried for like 20 minutes and my husband went to sit with him. i think he was only in there for about 15-20 minutes and my son fell asleep. let's hope that things will get better from here on out. thanks for the advice it's greatly appreciated! emoticon

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1/12/09 10:16 P

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Try giving him a soft toy or something ..so that he feels secure while sleeping with it.
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1/12/09 10:18 A

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he is just over 2. we have never really had a huge problem with bed time. we used to just tell him that the next day was going to be fun and there would be lots to do so he needed to rest. he just doesn't care about all that anymore.

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Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wait to hear the answer. --Ed Cunningham
For success, attitude is equally as important as ability.
--Sir Walter Scott


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1/12/09 8:00 A

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how old is he?
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1/12/09 4:16 A

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So, here I am again with another problem. We went to the states for the holidays and boy are we paying for it now. My son is having the hardest time with sleeping now. While we were at home he had to sleep in the same room as us. So, now he freaks out when we leave him to go to bed. He used to be so good at bed time. Now, he stands at the door and screams and stomps his feet. It's heart breaking! If he was just crying we would let it go on for about 30 minutes, but he is completely freaking out now and I can't listen to it! Friday and Saturday night I slept with him in our spare room. Last night was the killer though. I slept on his floor (it's a wood floor) even with blankets it's hard. I need to get a good nights sleep! Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for listening! emoticon emoticon

It's never to late to start living, to get out and have some fun. The sun'll be just as shiny in the morning as the first day the world begun. -- Tom Clancy
Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wait to hear the answer. --Ed Cunningham
For success, attitude is equally as important as ability.
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