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9/20/12 12:26 P

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We have had these happen in our house too. They are really scary. My son seems to get a little violent with his. He will kick and hit me when I try to snap him out of it. These seem to last about 30 minutes before we can calm him down enough to get him to go back to bed. It usually ends up with my husband dealing with him because he can hold him down (instead of him kicking and hitting me) while I end up crying because I can't stop him from doing what he's doing.

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9/20/12 12:21 P

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My 2.5 year old had his first night terror last night. OMG! I'm still traumatized. So scary. It took us (half awake) about 45 minutes of trying to console him before I grabbed my phone and googled "night terrors" on a whim. Sure enough, his behavior was exactly what was described. After we stopped trying to snap him out of it and let him run around and lay down on the floor he was finally OK and went back to sleep. He seems unfazed today but I'm still really shaken up. Hoping this doesn't become a regular occurrence. =(

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