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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cheekyC's View Post
    I'm sorry if I offend you but it's become a habit to him now.
    If I were you I'd just put him in his own room by that's just me I have never let our children sleep in our bed or be aided to sleep. It usually takes 3 days to break a habit good luck
    you do know this is the 'no cry' section, yeah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles10 View Post
    you do know this is the 'no cry' section, yeah?
    Thanks Bubbles.

    I should have made my first post more clear.

    Crying it out is not an option for us.

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    Maybe put the 2yo into a bed and let the younger one co sleep with you?

    Eta: oops you said ds2 not 2yo. Scrap that idea lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    Maybe put the 2yo into a bed and let the younger one co sleep with you?

    Eta: oops you said ds2 not 2yo. Scrap that idea lol
    Thanks.
    My almost 4 yr old comes into our bed anytime after 1am (sometimes even around 4am).

    Last night my 17m had a great night. Dh put him to sleep (in his arms) and he slept right through.

    We are a very 'routine' family and the same things happen every night at the same time.
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