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    Default Help on getting DD to sleep in her own bed.

    Dd is almost 4, and largely co-sleeps. I'd like help & advice on transitioning her into her own bed.

    She has ASD, (possibly ODD & ADD) and has suffered with respiratory illnesses as a baby/toddler. Having her sleep in our room was the safest option for her.

    Now that she's a bit bigger & stronger sleeping on her own is perfectly safe.. Except now she won't :-/

    Generally she will go to bed in her room but the moment she wakes she comes looking for me. She won't go back in her bed unless I do to (which is what I've been doing as a figure it's a step in the right direction/at least she's in HER bed)

    Any advice?

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    I'm in the same boat but happy for the time being. My sister does rewards maybe you can do rewards for staying in her own bed till midnight, then midnight to morning?

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