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    Default 19 month old waking up at night

    DD is 19 months and for the past few weeks she's been waking up several times every night.
    At first it's just a little whinge and she will go straight to sleep with a little pat.
    But the past few days she's been waking up every half an hour from 11pm (she goes to sleep at 7:30pm) every night. She would wake up and scream, patting doesn't calm her, I had to pick her up and give her cuddles to calm her down and she would only go back to sleep for half an hour before screaming again.
    Last night even with cuddles she still screamed for a good 10 minutes before going back to sleep for a little bit.
    Nothing's changed in her diet or routine at all.
    She still has an hour day sleep.
    Any suggestions please?

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    18month sleep regression maybe? It's a tough one but it will pass.

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    I second the 18 month sleep regression hitting a little late... Have you ruled out molars coming through too?
    Eta: maybe an ear infection?
    Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 05-07-2014 at 09:14.

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    I'd guess molars are coming.

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    I am not sure at all actually.
    When she wakes up she screams, she's not awake awake, I can tell she's tired but she's just not happy.
    I have checked her gums and she doesn't seem to show any other signs of teething.
    I am having my fingers crossed that she'll sleep through tonight!

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    Dd had nighttime issues similar to that just before she turned 2. She was getting her mplars and having a big developmental spurt. Unfortunately it lasted about 6 or so weeks!

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