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    is she able to get out of bed on her own?
    dd gets herself up now, when shes had enough sleep, and goes and plays (Ive started putting a quiet toy,sticker book, drink of water and apple on her desk, so she sits and plays until we get up)

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    She is 2 so I don't think she would understand a rewards chart. No she dosnt need to sleep longer so please reframe from jumping on me I asked to help with the screaming at 5 am. She can get out of her bed she has toys in her room and it's not dark I there in the morning so she can see. She just lays there yelling and it's only really started the past 2 weeks so i have no idea our DS never did it so its new. I norm go in there an check on here give her a bottle, then the next time she does it (norm half he later or at 6am) I get her up prop but then she wakes up DS who is still sleeping. I just don't know, and me being preg again I am pretty dead in the morning. Oh I do go to bed early because she wakes up early. If she slept later ild go to bed later. Thanks guys who have offered advice xxx

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    does she know how to get off the bed herself?

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    Yes it's a toddler bed so close to the ground. He climbs in an out her self when we get up its just really annoying me lol my world won't end if she does it forever lol but it is annoying

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    Kids get in habits. If you go in when she screams, she will continue to scream. Try and put a reward/activity/morning routine in place, and say that the new routine doesn't involve screaming, mummy doesn't like screaming and you won't go in when she screams. She might not like it the first few times but if you're firm she'll be fine soon enough.

    Good luck

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    If my son wakes up and calls out before 6:30, I go in and tell him it's not time to get up yet, give him a cuddle and kiss, and lay him back down. He is 2.

    Maybe she is just starting to need less sleep, and that's why she is waking.

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    how old is she?

    jaspers been doing this - it's driving us crazy and it all started when df told jasper to stop getting into our bed. so he just lays in bed and screams "mummy!"

    we have told him to just come to us and get in our bed but he just wakes and screams. it's a very startling wake up call!!!!!

    he's 3.5 (sorry not much help!)

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    She is 2. I'll try what's suggested thanks guys

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    Have you tried calling out to her saying you're in bed! come here! so she learns how to find you? thats how we "trained" jasper when he was 2. but we can't do it now with katelyn in the bed/cot beside the bed because he wakes before her so we won't yell out to him with her here.

    or maybe go walk her to you (or if she's calling for you get daddy to go "come on I'll show you where mummy is")

    good luck. I feel your pain. it's not the hour - it's the jump start. lol.

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