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    the other thing I did was put a mattress on the floor in her room, and I slept there for a few nights. Just put her back into her bed/cot whenever she got up.

    It was hard as not much sleep for me ... but eventually she did go to sleep, and got over that phase



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiezi View Post
    I appreciate the advice, but if I put her back in the cot I'm still gonna have the same problem with her climbing out all the time. I tried a portacot last night and had the same problems.....

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    Maybe. But she might sleep better.

    You could put the baby in the portacot and her back in cot.

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    I put my little guy into a big bed and he would come out a few times. I found I had to sit at the end of the bed and wait for him to get drowsy and then walk away but kept putting him back. He was in a dark room no stimulation and I would prepare him way before bed time and talk about being in his big boy bed and how awesome it was and that he needs to stay in there all night etc giving him a heads of what is happening next helps the transition.

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