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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
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    Gp referred us to a pead. He has also given us a sedative.
    I might get a good night sleep tonight.


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    Thanks hun.
    I'm feeling very guilty for having to do this to him. It took forever to get him to settle down but he is asleep. I'm going to bed now but I'm going to be up worried all night I think.

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    Does anyone else have a 4yo that always wakes around 3am that just wants to chat?? Its driving me nuts especially as Im up during the night with a bub as well.
    I asked her tonight why she always wants me in her bed and its because she just wants me to look after her. Could it be because of bub coming along? He is 12wks and this behavior has only just started in the last week

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    Quote Originally Posted by siesmum View Post
    Does anyone else have a 4yo that always wakes around 3am that just wants to chat?? Its driving me nuts especially as Im up during the night with a bub as well.
    I asked her tonight why she always wants me in her bed and its because she just wants me to look after her. Could it be because of bub coming along? He is 12wks and this behavior has only just started in the last week

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    Could be related to baby coming and the extra demands on your time. Or it could be a completely unrelated phase. My 3.75 yr old is currently waking most nights insisting on coming into our bed as he's scared. Never done it before. We're just going with it for now. Often these things stop as quickly as they start and I cant handle 3am tantrums waking the baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by siesmum View Post
    Does anyone else have a 4yo that always wakes around 3am that just wants to chat?? Its driving me nuts especially as Im up during the night with a bub as well.
    I asked her tonight why she always wants me in her bed and its because she just wants me to look after her. Could it be because of bub coming along? He is 12wks and this behavior has only just started in the last week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Could be related to baby coming and the extra demands on your time. Or it could be a completely unrelated phase. My 3.75 yr old is currently waking most nights insisting on coming into our bed as he's scared. Never done it before. We're just going with it for now. Often these things stop as quickly as they start and I cant handle 3am tantrums waking the baby!
    My almost 4yo went thru a phase like this. This is the age where they start dreaming properly and it throws them off. She is just going back to sleeping in her bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    My almost 4yo went thru a phase like this. This is the age where they start dreaming properly and it throws them off. She is just going back to sleeping in her bed.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.
    Yes, you're right, he's dreaming. Says he has bad dreams sometimes. Other times doesn't but probably that's what woke him up. That's why I'm not fighting it and just giving him what he needs. Goes straight back to sleep when he gets into our bed.

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    Thanks ladies. As I have normally just fed bub around this time I just crawl into bed with her until bubs next feed at least her bed is nice and warm and more comfy than my own bed!

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    I will see your chatty four year old and raise you 2x nearly 6 year olds who wake up at 2:30 onwards to play their DS. Which I have confiscated from them and thought end of problem. No. Now one of them is wetting his bed. Last 4 our of the 5 nights. I don't know why- he just says he doesn't know he has to go.

    Whatever the reason, I'm becoming very tired of whole bed changes because the wee is everywhere....!

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    Oh no Nomsie! Can he go in pull ups for a few nights? Or use an absorbent bed mat to make changes easier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Oh no Nomsie! Can he go in pull ups for a few nights? Or use an absorbent bed mat to make changes easier?
    Or the trick of layering sheet, waterproof mat, another sheet, another waterproof mat - so in the middle of the night you just take off a layer and you don't have to make up the whole bed again.


 

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