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    Default Moving house has really unsettled DD

    We moved last week so are settled in to the new place now but ever since we started packing till now ( 3 weeks) dds behavior has continued to get worse, even now that we are settled, everythings unpacked etc.

    Main issues are sleeping, really bad toilet training regression and general bad behavior.

    We explained to her what was happening as best we could, showed her the new house, have set up her room as similar as we could and kept her same routine.

    She has completely dropped her day nap and been very difficult to get her to stay in bed and go to sleep at night (taking hours) She has wee'd in her pants quite alot of times after doing it very rarely since shes been trained, shes poo'd in her knickers and night time nappy which she never used to do and tonight did a wee next to the toilet and started playing in it :/ Not like her at all, she was relatively easy to TT.

    She has been really difficult, wont listen and just generally naughty.

    Id put it down to age but its all happened in the last few weeks ( we found out we had to move quickly) and dawned on me today that it may all be connected.

    Has anyone found this? And how long did it take ur child to resettle? Its really worrying me because shes getting worse and is like a different child. Im sure shes picking upon my stress too



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    Bump....Any suggestions?

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    How old?

    She could be feeling a little insecure in her new place.

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    Shes 2 years 7 months.

    Ive figured thats whats causing all these issues all of a sudden and thought someone else may have been through something similar and could offer any suggestions. Ive done all i can think of to help her settle in

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    We didn't move house, but my son broke his arm last year at 26 months. I was pregnant at time, so couldn't go in with him to X-ray. He had to have X-rays on 3 separate occasions and I think he felt really insecure afterwards. He became really anxious and difficult at bedtime. To top it off, he started climbing out of the cot, so changed him to a bed so he wouldn't break the other arm, which made the problems even worse.

    He has just started being back to his normal self now, but it has taken months and months.

    Hope things get better soon.

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