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    Default SOS 24 month + Routine

    Hi

    Just a quick question. Does anyone have Tizzy Halls SOS routine for 24 month +? :-/ I've lost my book

    Please no judgement!

    TIA

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    Perhaps PM Vic Park, I believe she has a copy.

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    7am: do not wake if toddler still asleep. Breakfast and milk feed if toddler still has one.

    10am: morning tea

    12:20 lunch

    1:00 bed. If toddler takes ages to settle or throws comforter out of cot it's time to move up a routine

    2 hours after toddler falls asleep or at 3:30: wake toddler and give afternoon tea

    5pm: dinner

    6pm: bath

    6:30 milk drink
    6:40- 6:50 active play outside of toddlers room
    6:55 brush teeth
    6:58 say goodnight to toys, put in sleeping bag/etc. say goodnight and walk out, leaving bub to self settle

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    Thank you so much Vic Park :-)

    In the sleep part it says if they take ages to settle move up a routine. Is there another routine?

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    The next routine is for a 2.5 year old. Same as above except nap time is 1:20 and bub should be woken after 1.5 hours after falling asleep, no later than 3:30 though.

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    Thank you again Vic Park.

    What age routines does that book go up too?

    I might have to invest in it I think.

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    Up to 3. However At that age the routines are just a rough guide. The benefit is in the techniques listed throughout.

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    I'm having shocking trouble with my 3 year old at the moment sleeping. Do you think it will help give me some ideas for him?

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    I thought Tizz had updated all her books to say that all of the routines are just a guide.

    Anyway, is there anything that has changed?

    Sometimes at that age, children go through separation anxiety.


 

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