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    Hi all
    My 26month DD has started to be scared to go to bed.
    Never had an issue before. When I put her to bed she crys and screams saying don't like it (pointing to her bed)
    ATM we let her fall asleep on the couch then I move her to her room, she wakes up fine in the morning.

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    Do you know what it is about the bed/room that's actually frightening her?

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    No, at first she was a bit scars of the vent for aircon until I explained what it was.
    I don't know if it's because she just wants to be out with us or there is something.
    We have painted a new room and getting a big bed ready for her as another is on the way, I'm hoping the "big girls bed" will help.

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    No, at first she was a bit scars of the vent for aircon until I explained what it was.
    I don't know if it's because she just wants to be out with us or there is something.
    We have painted a new room and getting a big bed ready for her as another is on the way, I'm hoping the "big girls bed" will help.

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    Anyone else with ideas plz

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    Hmmm i know she is young but have you asked her what is scary?
    =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huni&Coco View Post
    Hmmm i know she is young but have you asked her what is scary?
    =)
    That's what I was going to suggest. If she can't vocalise it she can always point to what she doesn't like.

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    Yes I have but she just shakes her hand wherever I point and ask what it is that's scary

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    Hmmm... have you enough room to put her bed in your room til your "big girl bed" arrives?
    you must be frustrated
    *hugs* for you too! =)

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    It's not so bad as she will go to sleep on couch when told then I put her to bed. She sleeps all night and wakes up happy and fine.
    It's just the going. Don't really know if she is just playing me, if I'm in the room with her she is fine but I can't stay there all night lol


 

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